The Native Plant Gardening Series prepares students to transform their yards and gardens into efficient and beautiful native plant landscapes over the course of seven classes (Saturdays, April 2 - 30 and Sunday, April 24). Take these classes individually or enroll in the entire series and save. This is one of our most popular offerings and the series will sell out so register now!
April 23, 1 – 4 p.m.
Native plants are as a rule not too high maintenance, but we do still wan to give them proper care. Native plant gardeners will benefit from knowledge of plant physiology, gardening tools, watering guidelines and other best practices. Learn it all in this essential class.Register for Single Class Register for Series
Individual classes: $45
Whole series (7 classes): $283
Members receive a discount on all classes and programs; Join today!
Classes in this series will take place in person at the Wildflower Center. Space is limited and registration is required. Masks are optional for our guests. Please review our safety guidelines before your visit.
Instructor: Ryan Fleming
Discuss a practical approach to designing for your own backyard or other relatively small spaces (an acre or less). Anyone can learn to design a landscape - no drawing skills required!
Learn to analyze a site and discuss a practical approach to designing large-scale projects that can otherwise feel overwhelming. This class will focus on sites greater than one acre.
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.
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.
Maintaining a native garden requires knowledge of plant physiology, gardening tools, watering guidelines and other best practices. Learn it all in this essential class.
Learn site preparation, irrigation, planting best practices and mulch application for a healthy garden.