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Haltom City Demonstration Garden

Haltom City Demonstration GardenHaltom City has re-planted a Texas native demonstration garden next to the TCC Northeast Center, locate at 3201 Friendly Ln.

In the video below Community Projects Coordinator Fran Burns and Beautification Board member Sandra Lottes explain the thinking behind the garden.

The goal of the garden is to give residents ideas on planting native, low-water plants in their yards/gardens. Be sure to come by and check out the garden for yourself, as each plant is tagged for identification in case you see something you might want to plant yourself.

 You may also watch the video by following this link.

 

 

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