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Gardening for Drought

May 9 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Create a drought-hardy landscape!

Join our free class to learn how! No registration required.

North Texas summers can be a very harsh time to keep plants from drying out. Luckily, many of our native plants are drought-tolerant and accustomed to thriving with little water. Even non-drought tolerant plants can be helped by following smart watering strategies. Whether you want a yard full of plants or a lawn, choosing tough plants and knowing how to care for your landscape in a drought can help keep it lush, even in hard times.


Learn about:

  • The importance of water efficiency in a drought
  • Common gardening mistakes that lead to water loss
  • The basic principles of landscape design
  • The best drought-tolerant native plants for your garden
  • How to choose native turf for your lawn
  • How to keep your garden healthy in times of drought


The class will be 45 minutes long and taught by a Tarrant County Master Gardener.


This event is brought to you by the City of Azle and Tarrant Regional Water District.


May 9
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


City of Azle
Tarrant Regional Water District
Tarrant County Master Gardeners


Azle Memorial Library
333 W Main St
Azle, TX 76020 United States
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(817) 752-2682