Posts Tagged ‘coppell’

Saving FROM a Rainy Day; DIY Rain Barrel Class

This class is a barrel of fun! Rainwater is the best water for your lawn, landscape or vegetable garden; Divert it, Save it, Use it! Come learn the basics and benefits of rainwater harvesting and reduce the effect your stormwater has on the environment. Participants will learn how to collect and utilize rainwater at home. This class is hands on “DIY” where each participant will build and take home a 55-gallon rain barrel at $50 dollars each. Rain barrels are recycled food-grade... Read More >

Weed’em and Reap: Weeds and Watering

This class makes sense of two of the most challenging issues many homeowners face.  If you’re having trouble controlling unwanted plants in your lawn and landscape, or if you’re confused about when to water and when to wait, we’re here to help.  Learn the best approach to managing weeds effectively without the over use of chemicals and your time so you can reap the rewards of a green environment.   Thistle be a great class for sure!

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Butterfly Gardening

Hosted by the Friends of Coppell Nature Park, Roger Sanderson, Director of Horticulture for Texas Discovery Gardens, will discuss the BEC butterflies of North Texas and gardening options to attract them. Free. For more information please contact: KCB@coppelltx.gov

Grow Your Own Vegetables

“Lettuce” talk about vegetables! Whether you’re trying to eat healthier, want to know where your food comes from, or just love the idea of growing delicious vine-ripened vegetables at home, this class in for you. Learn proper soil preparation, garden design and layouts, disease and insect identification, as well as the proper planting times for getting the most production out of your favorite vegetables in the challenging climate of North Texas. Free.

 

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