Fees

Course Fee (Non-resident)
$65.00
No Tax
Course Fee (Resident)
$55.00
No Tax

Course Dates

8 sessions Every Tue
DateDurationFacility
1/21/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
1/28/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
2/04/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
2/11/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
2/18/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
2/25/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
3/03/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
3/10/2006:30 PM - 08:30 PMRiley Library Meeting Room 1 & 2
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About this course

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Improve the health and beauty of your landscape while making the most of your time and money in our eight week gardening series. We'll show you how to conserve water, increase drought-resilience, and reduce pesticide use and green waste. Classes are taught by Master Gardeners and landscape professionals who use up-to-date, environmentally-friendly practices. Whether you've got a large or small landscape, class topics will cover the information you need to know. Topics include: - Designing new and updating existing landscapes - Gaining the most out of rainwater - Making efficient irrigation easy - Improving your soil’s health - Selecting the right plants and reducing pruning - Composting and mulching - Managing those pesky pests - Fertilizing for optimum health - Irrigating your lawn efficiently

Course ID 00014613

Restrictions

Age Restriction 14 to 99