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Tough Texas Plants Part 3: Trees, Bushes, and Vines

June 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Free

Have the most beautiful yard on the block!

Join our free online class to learn how to create amazing North Texas landscapes that require little effort!

 

Register here: https://txplantsp3.eventbrite.com

The climate in North Texas can be harsh for some plants, but lush home landscapes can be created using the right plants and design principles.

In part 1, walk through design examples from with a professional landscape designer to get inspiration for all types of amazing landscape designs and learn which decisions to make that will reduce future effort. Then, in parts 2 and 3, go through a variety of plants well suited for North Texas and in what conditions to plant them in.

Learn about:

  • The basic principles of landscape design
  • How to take into account the needs and characteristics of your landscape
  • The best types of plants to plant for various situations
  • How to maintain your landscape and prune plants
  • Plants that need less water and maintenance
  • Garden features and installation tips

Part 1: Low Maintenance Landscape Design – June 15, 6 pm

Part 2: Tough Texas Perennials and Annuals – June 22, 6 pm

Part 3: Tough Texas Trees, Bushes, and Vines – June 29, 6 pm

 

This is a free online event. Register to receive information on how to participate. Register even if you can’t attend during the event to get access to the recording afterwards.

Each class will be 1 hour long and taught by a Tarrant County Master Gardener.

Stick around after the presentation for a live Q+A session.

 

After registering, check your email for instructions on how to join the live event.

Your registration is not complete until you click the link sent to your email a few days before the event.

 

This event is brought to you by Tarrant Regional Water District.

Details

Date:
June 29
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://txplantsp3.eventbrite.com

Venue

Online

Organizers

Tarrant Regional Water District
Tarrant County Master Gardeners
Texas AgriLife Extension Service