Residential Landscape Workshops

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 Fall 2017 residential landscape workshops Interested in saving water outdoors, where the majority of residential water use occurs?

Sign up for a free residential landscape workshop today!

Landscape Plants for a Beautiful and Vibrant Yard: Our region has a wide range of plants that are well suited to our climate and soils. You can create a beautiful and vibrant landscape with proper plant selection and a little planning. In this class, you will learn the keys to successful desert landscaping and how to cultivate a yard that has color year round, is easy to maintain, AND is water-efficient. Thursday, October 5

Drip Irrigation Design and Installation: If you are thinking about putting in a new drip irrigation system in your yard, this class can help you learn what to look for and the questions to ask before you make the investment.  Whether you plan on doing it yourself or hiring a professional, this class will boost your knowledge of what goes into designing and installing a drip irrigation system and equip you with the confidence to ask the right questions before embarking on a landscape overhaul or installation. Thursday, October 12

The ABCs of Landscape Watering: Let’s face it—that little plastic box on the side of your house that controls the watering of your yard can be intimidating! However, it is important to know how to work your irrigation controller because outdoor watering is often the largest water use for a household. This class will teach you how to properly water the plants and grass in your yard. You will also get hands-on experience by learning how to program an actual controller in class.  Take what you learn and apply it to your yard for a healthier-looking and more water-efficient landscape. Thursday, October 19

Smart Controllers: If you leave town in the summer or hate going out each month to change your irrigation controller, you may want to look at purchasing a smart controller. Smart controllers take into account local weather conditions (such as  extreme temperatures or rain) or soil moisture levels (how wet the soil is), and water accordingly. Learn the ins and outs of this new breed of irrigation controller and see if it is right for you and your yard. Thursday, October 26

Time: All class times are from 6:30 - 9:00 PM  | Location: All classes are held at the Southeast Regional Library Assembly/ Shakespeare Room, 775 N. Greenfield Road Gilbert, AZ 85234.

Registration is required. Register here

Workshops are free of charge.

The residential landscape workshops occur every spring and fall.