29. August 2020 - 8:00 till 12:00
Gardening in Small Places: tree selection and care | University of Nevada Cooperative Extension | Saturday, 29. August 2020
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is an outreach arm of the University that extends unbiased, research-based knowledge to local communities. Educational programs and projects are developed based on local needs in partnership with other agencies and volunteers.
Gardening in Small Places: tree selection and care Trees are some of the largest, and can be some of the most expensive, plant material you’ll add to your landscape. When properly selected, placed, planted and cared for trees can be the focal point of your garden, however, if improperly placed, planted or cared for, trees can also be the most costly mistake you can make in your landscape. Knowing what trees do best in the Mojave Desert is only part of the story: knowing where to put them, how to plant them and how to care for them can help you prevent some costly mistakes. Laura Eisenberg, formerly with the Nevada Division of Forestry, will teach you how to pick a landscape tree and how to care for it so it will become the landscape centerpiece you knew it could be.
Pre-registration is required
There are no refunds for this class.