The cost is $20, payable in cash or check at the door, but preregistration is required. The landscaping seminar will be held at the Tom Green 4-H Center, 3168 N. U.S. Highway 67 in San Angelo. Due to COVID-19 protocols, masks will be required, and participants will need to fill out a COVID-19 screening form upon arrival.
AgriLife Extension horticulturist Allison Watkins will be the featured speaker, and the seminar will cover post-snow garden and landscape advice as well as focus on landscaping the Earth-Kind way.
“The unprecedented winter weather we experienced this year has folks wondering what they need to do next, and how their yard will bounce-back from the snow and freezing temperatures,” Watkins said. “This seminar will discuss those issues as well as covering what plants do best in the Concho Valley.”
Earth-Kind plants limit the amounts of fertilizers, pesticides and water needed to succeed. All plants with the AgriLife Extension Earth-Kind designation are designed to help to preserve and protect natural resources and the environment.
Topics covered will include:
- Recovering from Winter Injury with Q&A.
- West Texas Lawn Care.
- Tree Planting and Pruning.
- Edibles for an Earth-Kind Landscape: Fruit, Vegetables and Herbs.
Visit http://tomgreen.agrilife.org or call 325-659-6522 for additional information.