Gardening: A Unique Art Form

Leaf the Brush at Home

You probably won't find any paintbrushes or berets in your average backyard garden, but Aaron Lamb, manager at Santa Ana Garden Center, promises to prove that gardening is an art (with or without any fancy headgear). This Saturday, Jan. 13, join the Xeric Garden Club for a free lecture at the Albuquerque Garden Center on low water native plants and the practical application of plant knowledge when designing your home garden in an arid climate. Lamb's Gardening: A Unique Art Form starts at 10am and gives gardeners of all strokes the know-how needed to create vegetable masterpieces.

Saturday Jan 13, 2018

10120 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
US

Cost:

FREE

Contact:

The Xeric Garden Club

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Aaron Lamb, manager Santa Ana Garden Center, speaks on low water, xeric native plants and others that thrive in Albuquerque.

The Xeric Garden Club presents Aaron Lamb, manager Santa Ana Garden Center, speaking on low water, xeric native plants and others that thrive in Albuquerque. He will talk about everything from groundcovers, low growers, medium size, and large perennials, trees and shrubs as well as cactus, agaves and yuccas, focusing on their overall characteristics, seasons of interest, wildlife and pollinator habitat. Gardening is a unique art form that is ever evolving and can be whatever you want it to be. There are practical applications when selecting plants for your space, so it is up to each individual on what looks good and how you want to landscape your yard. Join us to see what is available in the Garden Centers and Nurseries throughout the Albuquerque area.