Landscape and Gardening
Now - November 9, 2013
Saturday | 2 - 4 p.m.
- Angelica Elliott, landscape and gardening education coordinator
Fall is the ideal time to plant in the arid Southwest, whether from seed or containers. By planting annual wildflowers and herbaceous perennials during the cool season, you can give your plants a jumpstart on spring. The program will cover easy-to-grow wildflowers, soil preparation, how and when to water, and other maintenance requirements. This class will include demonstrations, followed by time outside in the Garden for discussion. A descriptive list of desert wildflowers is included.
- Class enrollment limit: 25