Four session program starts March 31
Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, email@example.com
Contact: Jeff Floyd, 432-889-9537, firstname.lastname@example.org
MIDLAND – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offices in Ector and Midland counties will conduct a four-evening Home Landscape Design School at the Commemorative Air Force Museum, located at 9600 Wright Drive near the Midland International Airport.
All four classes are scheduled from 6:30-9:30 p.m. They will be on March 31 and April 1, 7 and 8.
“These classes will help you design or redesign your landscape,” said Jeff Floyd, AgriLife Extension horticulturist for the two counties. “Along with hearing from some of the top pros in the landscape business, participants will receive a course packet containing a design template for their property along with a list of trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals that perform well in our often unforgiving West Texas climate.”
Floyd said also included in the $145 per household (two adults) fee for the entire series are two tickets to the Commemorative Air Force Museum, a tour of the water quality demonstration garden and a 30 minute personal landscape design consultation to be followed up by a site visit.
Seating is limited, so preregistration online is encouraged at http://westtexasgardening.org/2014_home_landscape/
For more information contact Floyd at 432-889-9537, email@example.com or the AgriLife Extension offices in Ector County at 432-498-4071 or Midland County at 432-686-4700.
In addition to Floyd, presenters will include Deborah Frost, retired AgriLife Extension horticulturist for Ector and Midland counties, and Dr. Steve George, AgriLife Extension landscape specialist at Dallas.
Specific topics will include Easy DIY Design, How to Put Soil Organisms to Work for You, Why Water May be Stressing Your Plants, Which Irrigation Methods are Best and Super Plants for West Texas.
The landscape series is being sponsored by Keep Midland Beautiful, Keep Odessa Beautiful, the Permian Basin Master Gardeners and the Commemorative Air Force Museum.