Round Rock’s Water Conservation Program has partnered with Texas AgriLife Extension’s Water University to hold a Water Wise Landscaping Series again this year. Butterfly Gardening (Part 4 of the series) is being held on May 24, 2018 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at the Round Rock Public Library.
- Butterfly Gardening — Part 4 of the series — May 24, 2018
Butterflies are welcomed visitors that bring the landscape alive with activity and help to pollinate our favorite plants. Learn tips to create butterfly habitat in your landscape by introducing a water source and feeders, as well as how to select the right plants as host species for caterpillars. We’ll also talk about our favorite native and adapted flowers that provide long lasting blooms as nectar sources to help your garden take flight!
Location: Round Rock Public Library, 221 E Main Street, Round Rock, TX 78664 (Meeting Room A)
- Made for the Shade: Shade Gardening — Part 5 of the series — June 21, 2018
Are your trees throwing shade? Does your landscape have problem areas where nothing seems to grow? Do you have mature trees and areas where your turf is receding? Don’t accept being shaded out! Come learn about the many native and adapted plants that not only survive, but thrive in shadier spots along with tips and tricks to create beautiful shade gardens that beat the Texas heat. We’ll also cover gardening under mature trees, as well as turf alternatives and hardscape options for low light areas.
Location: Round Rock Public Library, 221 E Main Street, Round Rock, TX 78664 (Meeting Room B)