The Native Plant Gardening Series prepares students to transform their yards and gardens into efficient and beautiful native plant landscapes over the course of six classes (Saturdays, March 13 - 27 and Sunday, March 14). Take the classes individually or enroll in the entire series and save. This is one of our most popular offerings and the series will sell out.
Integrated Pest Management
September 26, 1 – 4 p.m.
Identify common beneficial and harmful insects in your garden landscape. This class also covers pest management, treatment and safety practices.
Identify and learn about a variety of plants native to Central Texas, unique growing characteristics of each and how to choose the right ones for a garden.
Design for your own backyard or other relatively small spaces (an acre or less). Series participants choose either Small-lot Landscape Design or Large-scale Landscape Design.
Learn to analyze a site and design large-scale projects that can otherwise feel overwhelming. Series participants choose either Small-lot Landscape Design or Large-scale Landscape Design.
Dig deeper into the topic of Texas flora. Learn about native plants and where to find them as well as resources to keep growing. Plants I is recommended prior to this class.
Learn site preparation, irrigation, planting best practices and mulch application for a healthy garden.
Maintaining a native garden requires knowledge of plant physiology, gardening tools, watering guidelines and other best practices. Learn it all in this essential class.