Wednesday, April 22, 2020
6 pm - 7:30 pm
Family Garden in McGovern Centennial Gardens
The Garden & Nature Series is back! Join the Harris County Master Gardeners as we celebrate Earth Day with a discussion on planting trees.
Trees are critical to our world’s environmental well-being. They provide wildlife habitats and act as filters trapping pollutants while releasing oxygen. Planting trees in the urban landscape is of great benefit reducing cooling costs and storm runoff while adding to your property values. We will plant a tree in the Family Garden and demonstrate proper techniques for planting a tree: selection, plant preparation, hole size, and maintenance.
Sign up for this free class below.
Hermann Park Conservancy’s Garden & Nature Series offers classes in the Park’s McGovern Centennial Gardens that focus on a variety of subjects all related to garden and nature and the benefits associated with being outdoors. Learn about topics that range from canning your own vegetables and preserving your garden in the winter to sketching a bowl of fruit and photographing the creepers and crawlers in your garden beds. Designed to be fun, hands-on, and informative, these classes are great for novices and experts alike.
Garden & Nature Series classes at Hermann Park Conservancy are completely FREE to the public and open to all ages. Please sign up below.