March 11

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$100 Landscape Coupon

Spring Bloom

Let your gardening skills blossom during Spring Bloom on March 11.


What’s Your Garden Style?

Spring Bloom is back! San Antonio gardening experts can help you develop your gardening style while solving any design dilemmas on Saturday, March 11, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at SAWS Headquarters. Find your landscape look and learn which water-efficient plants can help you complete it with SAWS staff and our partners.

The first 1,000 adult guests will receive a free drought-tolerant plant. Shop the plant sales for more gorgeous WaterSaver plant varieties.

Learn how to design, plant and maintain a garden style that fits your personality and landscape conditions with our speakers – experts on gardening in our climate.

We’ll also show you how to measure 200 square feet and share details on how you can remove that much lawn and install a new landscape bed with our $100 Landscape Coupon. Select one of our Plant by Numbers landscape designs for a simply beautiful, low-water-use garden.

Our team can also show you how the new ConnectH2O electronic water meters work and how you can save water and money with it.

Free admission and parking.

SAWS Headquarters
2800 U.S. Hwy 281 North
San Antonio, Texas 78212

Expert Speakers

Pollinator on rock rose

Listen to Your Landscape

Saturday, March 11
9:30 a.m.

Are you listening? Your landscape will tell you what it needs – all you have to do is pay attention. Lee Marlowe, Sustainable Landscape Ecologist with the San Antonio River Authority, will help you learn how to listen to your landscape for long-term success.

Fiesta-decorated home with a colorful WaterSaver landscape.

Plant by Numbers: Your Blueprint for Resilient Green

Saturday, March 11
10:30 a.m.

You don’t have to be a master gardener or landscape designer to create a beautiful garden. Learn how to navigate our new Plant by Numbers landscape design materials, and bring a sense of place based on local ecology and culture to your own yard.

A colorful flower bed with limited lawn makes for a more drought-tolerant landscape.

Earth-Kind Landscaping

Saturday, March 11
11:30 a.m.

Earth-Kind Landscaping uses research-proven techniques to provide for a beautiful and resilient landscape while preserving and protecting the environment. Join Anna Vogler, Bexar County Master Gardener, as she shares these principles and how you can implement them in your own landscape.


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