Thursday, February 19, 2015

Dealing with Drought - Using Native Plants in the Landscape


Using Native Plants in the Landscape

March 12th, 10 am - noon
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office
1600 B Smith Rd, Austin, 78721
 

Cost: $10 through 3/8/15 or $15 for late and on-site registration
 
Register: https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/TravisCounty
Space is limited so register on-line early to reserve your seat!
NO cash accepted - checks and credit cards only.
 
Contact: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service – Travis County, 512-854-9600, Daphne Richards drichards@ag.tamu.edu

Native Texas plants bring beauty and function to your garden while being well adapted to handle Texas’ blazing summers, drought, and other weather extremes. In addition to being water-wise, native plants provide great benefits to pollinators and birds.

4-H CAPITAL’s gardening specialist and Texas Master Naturalist Meredith O’Reilly will guide you in choosing the right natives for your yard and your garden goals.





 

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