I read this headline last Easter that said I could grow stuff from my leftovers. So, I buried a hambone in the backyard and waited for a ham tree to grow. It never happened. Needless to say, this year's dinner went poorly. Which is why I'm going to a free class this Saturday—Backyard Farming: Successful Plant Practices and Selecting Materials—in the hopes that some experts can show me how to plan and design my home garden landscape before Thanksgiving. The workshop is open to the public and starts at 9am, April 22, at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House.
Saturday Apr 22, 2017
Albuquerque, NM 87105
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The basics needed to plan and design a home garden landscape focusing on sustainability, permaculture, and wise use of limited natural resources.
Backyard Farming: Successful Plant Practices & Selecting Materials
Landscape for Life: Spring Series
This nationally recognized program covers the basics needed to plan and design your home garden
landscape focusing on sustainability, permaculture, and wise use of our limited natural resources.
Each workshop builds on information shared from previous classes and offers tools to assess your home landscape. Participants who attend all five sessions will receive a certificate and have a chance to win a free rain barrel and other giveaways.
All the workshops are from 9 a.m. – noon with an extended mentor hands-on project for interested participants who want practical experiences and do not mind getting their hands dirty.
For more information, call (505) 314- 0398.