Did you know we are 7″ below our average rainfall year to date. Yup and Spring, the rainiest season of all, is almost half way over. Gardeners don’t fret because you can still garden with little or no water. Come to our workshop this Saturday (April 28th) at 10:00 AM and learn about Xeriscaping….. landscaping with plants and trees that require little or no irrigation. Ken Howell, Certified Landscape Technician, will offer a selection of wonderful plants you can use in your garden to reduce watering. He will also discuss several methods of water conservation you can employ very easily. This is a perfect topic to end Earth Week.
Please call and sign up no later than Friday April 27th. $ 5 fee, payable at the door, includes coffee and fresh baked goods.
See you there!
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