Terry Anderson, WSU Master Gardener and lead of the Riverfront Park Xeric Garden in Wenatchee, joins your host, Lacy Stockton, to answer your questions about creating a lush, beautiful, and water-wise yard even here in the desert.
We chat about:
- Drought-tolerant turf alternatives to your thirsty lawn (including a peak of Lacy’s eco lawn that's watered every 2-3 weeks and mowed just twice a year!)
- Why you could benefit from Xeriscape, drought-tolerant, and other water-wise plantings, even if you have irrigation water
- Why Terry loves, loves mulch and which kinds work best in Chelan County
- How to find more resources, local inspiration, and contact your master gardeners as you create your new yard
- and more!
If you have questions about lowering your water or electric bills, native or drought-tolerant plantings, water-wise gardens, energy efficiency, Chelan PUD rebates and incentives, and more...
Join us on the next Power Hour at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, October 20th, live on YouTube and Facebook simultaneously.
Griselda Gonzalez, energy conservation rep, and Sergio Sanchez, energy conservation specialist, will answer your questions live. Just drop them in the livestream comments or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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