Harness nature’s power to create a healthy, beautiful home landscape
We'll show you how to work in cooperation with nature, no matter where you are - on a suburban lot, a 20-acre farm or the common area of your condominium. Home gardens can improve the quality of your neighborhood and its environmental health. By working with nature, you'll save time, energy, money and, most important for Texans - water. This hands-on, 10-hour, five-class series covers the role of successful soil practices, water capture and conservation, as well as plant material selection in a sustainable, eco-friendly garden design.
|Classes|| Class Topics|
|Class 1||Landscape for Life; the Role of Soil in a Sustainable Garden|
|Class 2||Successful Soil Practices; the Role of Water in a Sustainable Garden|
|Class 3||Successful Water Practices; the Role of Plants in a Sustainable Garden|
|Class 4||Successful Plant Practices; the Role of Materials in a Sustainable Garden|
|Class 5||Successful Materials Practices; student presentations|
Visit the online registration site to check for upcoming class dates. Fall series: October 25 - November 29.
For more details about this Sustainable Sites Initiative, visit the Landscape for Life website.
Questions? Contact Erin Hoffer by email or at 972-769-4228