Whittlesey University

Spring Class Series

ExperienceJoin Whittlesey Saturdays from Feb 17 - Apr 28 as we show our appreciation for our community by hosting local landscape professionals for classes. Refreshments will be provided.

  • Expert advice from local landscapers
  • Pruning
  • Project Planning
  • Top Dressing
  • Patios
  • Planting Techniques
  • Irrigation

Classes take place from 10am - 2pm at both our Round Rock and South Austin locations.


Feb 24

Project Planning
Finalize plans for spring landscaping projects. Quality companies start getting booked for spring projects and lead times begin to increase.

Mar 3

Spring Clean Up
Remove all leaves, sticks, and debris from the landscape. Reestablish bed edges. Mulch your flower beds.

Mar 10

Top Dressing/Aeration
Topdressing your lawn can replenish depleted nutrients that your grass needs to thrive. Aeration can help your lawn breath, reduces wasted water, and helps clear thatch build-up.

Mar 17

Proper planting techniques to insure proper growth.

Mar 24

Spring Fling
All the contractors you could need to get a jump start on your spring landscape in one place. Pruning, project planning, spring clean-up, topdressing, and planting experts!

Mar 31

Learn the proper way to install long lasting patios. Whether you’re a do it yourselfer or thinking of hiring a pro this beginner class gives you the knowledge to know it’s been done right.

Apr 7

Trouble shooting techniques for getting your irrigation system in tip top shape for the upcoming summer heat.

Apr 14

Raised Garden Beds
Basics on installing a raised garden bed. Learn proper soil selection and depths for plant needs.

Apr 21

Learn everything there is to know about the different edging options for your flower beds.

Apr 28

Summer Smash
Join us as we prepare for another beautiful Texas summer with all the professionals you will need to keep your landscaping looking its best all year long.

  • In The Community

    As a locally-owned business, we are proud to be a part of the Austin community, and take pride in giving back by donating landscaping materials for use in area improvement projects.

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