Texas Plants Workshop, Irving Archives and Museum


January 24, 2020
01:30 PM until 02:30 PM


Irving Archives and Museum View map
801 W Irving Blvd,
Irving, TX, 75060


There’s a growing trend to incorporate native plants in landscapes, not only for their ability to save water, but also for the incredible beauty and the countless ecosystem services they provide.

At the new Irving Archives and Museum (IAM), join this plant workshop with Daniel Cunningham, Texas Plant Guy and horticulturist with Texas A&M AgriLife’s Water University program to learn how to grow your favorite native wildflowers, trees, shrubs as well as perennials with lush vibrant colors and textures to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood.

You’ll also talk proper soil preparation, proper installation, and provide tips for long-term maintenance to keep your native landscape looking best. You’ll be provided a plant list as big as the Lone Star State.

Free admission.

The mission of the Irving Archives and Museum is to engage visitors through though-provoking programs and dynamic exhibits that explore the history and evolving culture of the community and region.

The Irving Archives and Museum (IAM) recently had its soft opening and is slated to have its grand opening in May. Visit now Wednesday–Friday between noon and 5pm.

View Patios, Pools, & the Invention of the American Backyard, the first exhibition on view at the Irving Archives & Museum (IAM) and experience IAM’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab, a place where children between the ages of 6 and 12 to create, collaborate, explore, test, experiment and invent.

For questions call 972/721-3700 or email iaminfo@cityofirving.org. Watch this preview video here.