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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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Basic Tree Care – at Rainbow Gardens

Rainbow Gardens 8516 Bandera, San Antonio, United States

Shade and ornamental trees are the most valuable plants in your landscape and live the longest. Getting them off to a good start and caring for them properly will extend their lives and provide your landscape with trees that are both functional and beautiful. Master Gardener, Lynn Cox will explain how to care for trees […]

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Is Rainwater Harvesting for Me?

Rainwater harvesting has many benefits, from happy plants to, potentially, money in your wallet. With so many things to consider, it can be hard to know where or how to start. This short workshop will touch on all of the basics of Rainwater Harvesting, and questions to ask yourself. This online workshop is good for […]

$5

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Free Entry Day at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center 10750 Pleasanton Rd, San Antonio, United States

Get outside in celebration of Black Birders Week and enjoy free entry all day at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center. Take home native plant educational material to learn what plants would work best to attract birds to your space. This is the perfect opportunity to come visit Mitchell Lake if you've never been here and learn […]

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Celebrate Mud

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

Inspired by International Mud Day, explore the Garden while learning what is so special about soil and mud through hands-on activities! Celebrate Soil and Mud is one of the Garden’s family-friendly events that offers guests a chance to explore a botanical theme at activity stations with Garden educators! Fee: Included with Garden admission and membership.

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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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Rainwater Harvesting: Medium to Large Scale

Are you ready to start harvesting large amounts of rainwater for your home, garden, or both? Rainwater harvesting can reduce storm water runoff, lower your water bill and keep your landscape green all year long. Join us to learn more about medium to large scale rainwater harvesting for residential and commercial applications. We’ll cover water […]

$7.50
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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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2nd Saturday Habitat Work Day

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center 10750 Pleasanton Rd, San Antonio, United States

Learn native plant landscaping techniques by joining members of the community at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center as they work in the area around the Visitor Center. MLAC depends on amazing volunteers to help manage the habitat; tasks can involve trail maintenance, removal of invasive species, and planting native plants for birds and butterflies depending on […]

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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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Fruit Trees for San Antonio

Labor Sirena Community Garden 1246 Chalmers Avenue, San Antonio, United States

Join Green Spaces Alliance to learn fruit tree basics including selection, planting, and care. Small space fruit tree care and easy maintenance will be focuses. Dive deep into popular San Antonio fruit trees to learn which trees are best for you! This is an English language workshop inside the Escuela Magnetico-Espiritual de la Comuna Universal […]

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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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