Project Category: Free Clinics

  • January 17, 2020

Fruit Trees for Backyard Orchards

Saturday, January 25 @ 10am Did you know that winter is great time to plant fruit trees in North Texas? Do you know what fruit trees grow best in Collin County, or how to care for them? Do you know how to plant a fruit tree? Have you dreamed of growing apples, pears, peaches, or figs in your own backyard…

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  • January 8, 2020

Preparing a Flowerbed for Planting

Saturday, February 8 @ 10am Spring is fast approaching, which makes February a great month to create new planting beds. But where – and how – do you start? What does it take to transform turf or hard clay into a fertile space where plants will not just survive but thrive? During this hands-on clinic, we’ll be preparing a flowerbed…

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  • January 7, 2020

The Basics of Lawn Maintenance & Weed Control

Saturday, February 15 @ 10am Do you have a bad case of lawn envy? You know the feeling – when your neighbor’s yard is green and growing, while your yard is full of weeds and brown patches. There is a cure, and it starts with attending this FREE clinic about lawn care and maintenance. What We’ll Cover The ins and…

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  • January 6, 2020

Tree Pruning for Beginners

Saturday, February 22 @ 10am Tree Pruning for Beginners (and those who still aren’t sure they’re doing it right) All trees – from Live Oaks to Crape Myrtles – need regular pruning. Pruning helps improve the aesthetics, health and vigor of a tree, IF it’s done correctly. But proper pruning is as much an art as it is a science.…

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  • January 5, 2020

Building a Raised Bed Garden

Saturday, February 29 @ 10am Gardening in the heavy clay soil of North Texas is hard work, so why do it? It’s much easier to grow flowers and vegetables above our soil than in it. All you need is the right container. Flower pots will work, but if you want lots of plants you’ll need more space. One of the…

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  • January 4, 2020

Creating Colorful Cool Season Containers

Saturday, March 7 @ 10am Creating Colorful Cool Season Containers (or Flower Pots for Spring) Why do some flower pots and container gardens look Instagram-worthy while others just look sad? There are tricks to making a potted plant display that looks magazine quality amazing and we’ll share them with you in this FREE clinic. What We’ll Cover The best spring…

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  • January 3, 2020

Planting a Summer Vegetable Garden

Saturday, March 14 @ 10am Planting a Summer Vegetable Garden (Edibles for Warm Weather) Nothing beats the taste of fruits and veggies eaten straight from the garden! More and more people are wanting to get food from their yards and are looking into edible gardening. In this FREE clinic focusing on warm weather vegetable crops, we’ll teach you what you…

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  • January 2, 2020

The Basics of Good Landscape Design

Saturday, March 21 @ 10am Landscape design is an art as much as it is a science. There are professionals who spend years studying horticulture, botany, design, and construction in order to create beautiful spaces. But there are many tips and tricks of the pros that average homeowners can use to enhance the look of their own yards. We’ll share…

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  • January 1, 2020

Perennials for Pollinators

Saturday, March 28 @ 10am Perennials for Pollinators (Attracting Butterflies, Bees & Hummingbirds) For many, one of the great joys of gardening is all the wildlife it attracts to the yard. Butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees are naturally drawn to certain plants. Therefore, having those plants in your landscape increases the odds of attracting these fascinating pollinators. In this FREE clinic,…

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  • December 31, 2019

Shade Gardens that POP

Saturday, April 4 @ 10am Shade Gardens that Pop: Colorful plants for dark spots Are the trees in your front yard huge? Do you have a lot of shade? Do you feel you can’t grow anything interesting or colorful because of all that shade? Do you want to learn about plants that thrive in the shade? If the answer to…

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