Calling all novice landscapers: Go from gardening greenhorn to green thumb in no time at WaterSaver Landscape Design School.
When it comes to designing a landscape with watersaving ways, do you know how to work with your property or your homeowners association? Do you know what plants to select? Or how to improve your soil for said plants?
Enter the WaterSaver Landscape Design School.
Presented by the Gardening Volunteers of South Texas, the design school is an interactive and informal class where participants get valuable information on xeriscapes, design, drought tolerant plants, and low maintenance tips and tricks. But the most unique feature is the one-on-one consultations with a landscape expert who will answer and address your personal landscape questions.
Class happens Saturday, April 6, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Wells Center, Suite 114, 303 Pearl Parkway.
Cost is quite reasonable: $30 for an individual, $50 for two members of a household. Considering all you get — personalized landscape consultation and three full color plant and landscape guides — it’s a steal!
Register now for the WaterSaver Landscape Design School