Learn how to prepare your “nursery” (garden) for the next generation of beautiful butterflies. Learn the basics, including what butterflies will lay eggs on, what the caterpillars need to eat and how to support their parents. This program is designed primarily for adults, and it may not be suitable for children younger than 10 years. Interested youth may attend with an adult.
Shop for Texas natives, adaptive perennials, annuals, herbs, succulents, veggies, pollinator plants, yard art and more. Expert gardeners on hand to answer questions. Fundraiser benefits the club's activities, educational efforts and annual charitable garden contribution.
Off Skillman between Mercedes and Monticello. Parking available behind the church off Clements St.
Learn about delicious local wild foods, how to prep and cook with them and how they can provide an amazing source of sustainable food, during a two-day hands-on campout event on an organic, family farm in beautiful North Texas. Dinners, campsites provided!
In this workshop for all ages, we will learn about the Native American tradition of the Three Sisters - corn, beans, and squash - and why they work so well together in the garden. We will discuss the importance of cooperation, compatibility, and getting along with each other (in the garden and in life). Participants will plant pots of corn, beans and squash to bring home, along with some ideas for how to incorporate these into your summer garden. While this planting is more suitable to a large garden space, we will also discuss container and small space options.
The 30th Annual Spring Plant Sale at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary will feature a huge selection of native plants, hard-to-find herbs and well-adapted plants. Please see our website for the complete plant list (available soon) at www.heardmuseum.org/plantsale. Guests are welcome to bring carts or wagons to facilitate their purchases. The plant sale will also feature a selection of native milkweed plants. All purchases support the Heard, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and are tax-free.
Grandmothers who were avid gardeners introduced Carolyn to gardening where she developed a lifelong passion to grow things. After becoming a Dallas County Master Gardener in 2002, Carolyn became fascinated with insects and received training from Texas A&M AgriLife to become an entomology specialist.