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Sep 27 @ 11:21 am
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TEXAS TOUGH NATIVES: Limited Seating Available

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Frisco Garden Club / Frisco Public Library
8000 Dallas Parkway, Community Event Rm., B-C
Frisco, Texas, Texas 75034

TEXAS TOUGH NATIVES: What to plant for our crazy weather.

LEARN TO BEAT THE HEAT WITH THE BEST PLANTS IN TEXAS.

Limited Seating Available

If you’re planting a garden in North Texas this is a must see and hear. The North Texas climate can be unpredictable and harsh, with extreme fluctuations in temperature that can range from sweltering heat in the summer to sub-freezing temperatures in the fall and spring. Growing a lush garden here can be a challenge due to our weather conditions. We need plants that can take whatever the weather decides to give them, Texas Tough Natives!

Come and join local plants woman Jenny Price Nelson and learn about beautiful native plants that can survive and thrive in your garden. There are great reasons for using native plants: They don’t need as much water, fertilizer, and pesticides as non-native plants. Natives are adapted to North Texas’ climate, so they thrive naturally. They attract beneficial wildlife and pollinators to your garden. Natives preserve biodiversity. And, by the way, they look incredible.

This program brought to the library by the Frisco Garden Club, OUR ROOTS RUN DEEP. Discover the timeless allure of the Frisco Garden Club! Since 1932, thousands of volunteers have helped us preserve and promote the natural beauty of North Texas in our community. Join us in cultivating a greener, more vibrant Frisco through civic plantings. Experience the joys of tending to a blossoming oasis while making a meaningful difference. Connect with fellow gardening enthusiasts who share your passion and unlock the secrets of horticultural wonders. 

View our website: www.friscogardenclub.org, and www.facebook.com/FriscoGardenClub/.

Frisco Library calendar information, https://friscolibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/64f221b75a7c6130008f2077

Please join us on September 28th at 1:00 PM for an informative program.