| April 2: SCV Water’s Gardening Course Highlights Edible Landscaping

Gardening Class

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Have your elegance and take in it, as well! Learn how to integrate edible crops, fruits and veggies into a h2o-wise landscape that does not sacrifice curb attraction. Sign up for SCV Water’s no cost virtual gardening class, Edible Landscaping – Expanding in Ground, in Containers, and Making use of Lifted Beds, on Saturday, April 2, at 9 a.m.

Sign up to learn from our pro trainer, Stephen Williams, a professor and horticulturist, about why rising your own edible garden is doable and h2o-wise.

“Edible crops make an outstanding addition to residential landscapes,” reported Tim Wheeler owner and head instructor of The Wheeler Enterprise. “They insert the ability to develop fruit, greens, and herbs on top rated of currently being aesthetically pleasing. Most edible vegetation are also extra water-productive and need considerably less servicing than grass.”

Attendees can count on the course to last about an hour adopted by a issue and reply session. And really do not fear if you missed the are living class – all shows are recorded and out there for
viewing on our site just one week soon after the class. The gardening courses are free, but attendees have to register in advance of the party. To register for the Edible Landscaping – Growing in Ground, in Containers, and Applying Lifted Beds course or to see our 2022 course routine, check out: courses/.


About SCV H2o:

The Santa Clarita Valley Drinking water Agency is a total-support regional h2o agency located in the Santa Clarita Valley. SCV H2o offers drinking water services to close to 75,000 business and residential prospects. It was shaped on January 1, 2018, when local drinking water suppliers combined into a single built-in, regional water supplier. Much more information and facts can be located at

For far more info, get in touch with Laura Gallegos, SCV Water, community affairs expert II

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