The public is welcome to see the many varieties from 1-5 p.m. on March 2, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on March 3. Anyone is welcome to enter daffodils to the show or photography of daffodils before it starts. This is a great chance to see many types of daffodils and meet experts.
Mar 3 2018
Texas Daffodil Society: Annual Flower Show - Dallas
Texas AgriLife Water University: Newcomer's Guide to Gardening - McKinney
Are you new to North Texas, new to gardening in the “Lone Star State” or perhaps just new to growing plants in general? This helpful seminar is designed to provide newcomers with a foundation to help grow a sustainable, lush and healthy lawn, landscape, and or vegetable garden amidst the challenges that the unique climate and soils of North Central Texas throw our way.
Botanical Research Institute of Texas: Urban Gardening: Making Small Spaces Productive - Fort Worth
Ready to install your sustainable home garden, but don’t know where to start? This course is for you. In this course we will cover the basics of gardening systems in a small space from patios to residential yards. We will be discussing everything from container gardening to composting to water harvesting.
Marshall Grain: Gardening After Dark - Grapevine
Some of the prettiest flowers in the garden only come out after dark. The toast of cocktail hour, they’re highly fragrant, making them great choices for around the patio. Plus, they attract nightlife of all sorts, such as fruit bats, moths and even hummingbirds. We’ll talk about moonflowers, four-o’clocks, evening primrose, night-blooming jasmine, morning glory, chocolate flowers, and more.