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SAWS WaterSaver Landscape Program

Eco Centro 1802 North Main Avenue, San Antonio, United States

Interested in saving money and water? SAWS has amazing conservation programs available to customers! In this workshop we will take a deeper dive into the SAWS WaterSaver Landscape Program: its requirements, resources, eligible plants, what to do if you have irrigation, and how to plan and install a WaterSaver Landscape from start to finish. Get […]

$5
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Plant Propagation Basics

San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX, United States

In this class, we will talk about how to care for and keep a plant collection. Participants will learn methods of collecting, cleaning, and sowing plant material. The class will include a tour of the horticultural facilities used at the Garden. Fee: $15 ($10 SABOT member). Advance registration required.

$15

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Sizzling Saturday Plant Sale

San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX, United States

Discover over 200 varieties of native plants, succulents, grasses, and pollinator-friendly plants during the 2024 Sizzling Saturday Sale by registering for a 30-minute slot to shop for plants. The reservation fee is non-refundable but will be applied toward plant purchases at the sale. Plants will be continuously restocked throughout the one-day sale with limited quantities. […]

$10
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Saving Water and More with At-Home Composting

Eco Centro 1802 North Main Avenue, San Antonio, United States

Learn about different methods, systems, and water-saving effects that make residential composting beneficial. We'll use our senses to identify what healthy compost can be and do for our gardens. Turn your home's food scraps into a resource! Composting is one of the best ways to reduce our own waste, produce new life for plants, significantly […]

$5.00
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Guided Tour: Sustainable Gardening

San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX, United States

Explore many sustainable gardening practices in the San Antonio Botanical Garden on this seasonally changing walking tour. Learn about native plants, rain gardens, and sustainable architecture. Explore more ways to conserve our local resources through sustainable practices. $15 ($10 SABOT members.) Advance registration required.

$15
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Festival of Flowers

San Antonio Shrine Auditorium 901 North Loop 1604 W, San Antonio, United States

Gardeners from throughout South Texas come together at San Antonio's annual Festival of Flowers to check out visiting nurseries, garden centers, growers, experts, artisans and designers. Shop for plants, gardening products and services. Check out the seminar schedule to see the variety of landscape topics, along with a round table discussion about organic gardening. The plant exchange […]

$8.00
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Finding Plants that Thrive for Parman Library

Parman Library 20735, Wilderness Oak, TX, United States

Taking a little time to research which plants to use in your landscape will save you time, money, and disappointment. But where do you go to find the information you need? Join Liana Benavides, Bexar County Master Gardener, as she shares some of the best resources, and how to use them, to find plants that […]

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Finding Plants that Thrive for Bazan Library

Bazan Library 2200 W. Commerce St., San Antonio, United States

Taking a little time to research which plants to use in your landscape will save you time, money, and disappointment. But where do you go to find the information you need? Join Marybeth Parsons, Bexar County Master Gardener, as she shares some of the best resources, and how to use them, to find plants that […]

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Landscaping with Water Saver Plants – Rewards Eligible

Eco Centro 1802 North Main Avenue, San Antonio, United States

The SAWS WaterSaver Landscape program offers many ideas and suggestions for growing a successful garden in our South Texas climate. We will help you learn valuable principles and steps to growing gardens and landscapes that function sustainably with local ecosystems. Using appropriate native, water-saving plants will assist you to create your beautiful and eco-friendly garden, […]

$5
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Permaculture Basics – Online Learning

Permaculture is a philosophy that incorporates intentionally working with the natural world when developing your landscape . Each element -land, plants, water - is utilized by following nature's lead. In this class you will learn about permaculture principles that guide such practices (including water conservation, native plants, geography, climate), some permaculture lingo and basic methods […]

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Gardening Workshop: Rainscaping and Rain Gardens

San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX, United States

Cycles of flash floods and drought are hard for home gardens and the environment. Rainscapes can create gardens where plants thrive in changing weather. They also benefit wildlife and the local ecosystem with careful planning and plant placement. In this workshop, learn how to build functional rain gardens. Fee: $15 ($10 members.) Advance registration required.

$15

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Pollinator Patches and Pocket Prairies

San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX, United States

Learn how to create a pollinator patch or pocket prairie that can help local native flora and fauna while conserving water. Join avid native plant gardener and restoration ecologist Lee Marlowe as she teaches the basics for planning, designing, installing, and maintaining a little patch of pollinator paradise. Fee: $15 ($13.50 SABOT members). Advance registration required.

$15