North Texas is prone to experiencing drought, but your garden doesn't have to suffer! Drought-like conditions can be a very harsh time to keep plants from drying out. Luckily, many of our native plants are drought-tolerant and accustomed to thriving with little water. Even non-drought tolerant plants can be helped by following smart watering strategies. Whether you want a yard full of plants or a lawn, choosing tough plants and knowing how to care for your landscape in a drought can help keep it lush, even in hard times.
• The importance of water efficiency in a drought
• Common gardening mistakes that lead to water loss
• The basic principles of landscape design
• The best drought-tolerant native plants for your garden
• How to choose native turf for your lawn
• How to keep your garden healthy in times of drought
The class will be about 45 minutes long and taught by a Tarrant County Master Gardener.
After registering, check your email for instructions on how to join the live event. Your registration is not complete until you click the link sent to your email a few days before the event.
This event is brought to you by the City of North Richland Hills and Tarrant Regional Water District