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Archive for the ‘Houston Gardens’ Category

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Jul

We provided some of the below activities as previews in the Spring eNewsletter – Here’s what we’ve been up to since April… Winograd Third Grade Science Field Trip Eighty-two Winograd Elementry students visited Houston Gardens for a culminating plant unit field trip on May 19th. After rescheduling the field trip twice due to inclement weather, […]

24
Jul

Forestry Merit Badge   Houston Gardens sponsored a Forestry Merit Badge workshop for the Boy Scouts on May 6th. The content for the merit badge included tree identification, lumber identification and usage, insect and disease problems, forestry careers, hazardous tree conditions and urban forestry census to mention a portion of the curriculum. The participants had […]

20
Apr

Houston Gardens Greeley’s Best Kept Secret Owned and operated by West Greeley Conservation District Free and open to the public Visit our website for more information about Houston Gardens: http://www.wgcd.org/houston-gardens/   About Houston Gardens: Houston Gardens Hours SPRING Mon./Wed./Fri./Sat./Sun. 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tues./Thurs. 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. SUMMER Open Daily 8 a.m. […]

20
Apr

    Pruning Did you miss the Spring 2017 pruning workshop at Houston Gardens? This workshop covered dealing with conifers, deciduous shrubs, deciduous trees, and fruit trees.  As your trees and shrubs grow, they need direction. Pruning, thinning or removing weak, dead, storm damaged, branches leads to healthier structure and enhances its appearance.  Good pruning […]

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