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380news - June 27, 2018 - Home & Garden - Leave a comment



Expert gardener to speak at the Heritage Center

FRISCO, TX – There are two types of gardeners in North Texas— those whose gardens look like magazine covers and those who wish theirs did. Whether you’re in one of those two groups or your idea of a garden is that barren patch in the corner of your yard, Steve Huddleston wants to meet you and help you realize your landscaping dreams. Huddleston, senior horticulturist at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and author of Easy Gardens for North Central Texas, will offer education and encouragement from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 14, at The Depot at the Heritage Center. Huddleston guides his audiences with tips on the most colorful, low water plants for North Texas gardens. “It’s great to introduce North Texans to an author who can help brighten their minds and their yards,” says Thomas Finley, Adult Services Manager. “It will be a fun and informative evening for gardeners of every ability.”

Steve Huddleston excels at making beautiful yards easy for anyone. For some, gardening can be intimidating. Huddleston’s approach helps less experienced gardeners dig with confidence. His focus on North Texas yards makes his wealth of knowledge even more valuable. “I have heard Steve speak on a number of occasions. His vast knowledge of plants for North Texas is extensive. His humor brings his presentation alive and leaves the listener with a chuckle. His book is a consistent reference for any gardener in our area,” said Bruce Batman, Past President Collin County Master Gardeners. There is no charge for the event and it is open to the public. Easy Gardens for North Central Texas will be available for purchase and signing -cash or check only, please. Registration is encouraged at friscolibrary.com/authors. Meet the Gardener is presented by Frisco Public Library and Frisco Water Wise. Join Steve Huddleston at The Depot at the Heritage Center, located at 6321 Page Street, Frisco, Texas 75034, on Thursday, June 14, from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Learn more about the Library at friscolibrary.com. Find out more about Frisco Water Wise at friscotexas.gov/water.



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