The San Diego Chapter of the California Native Plant Society will present The Resilient California Native Garden, a day-long workshop on September 14.

The workshop will feature five presentations on how to enhance the natural resilience of native landscapes, whether you are planting for the first time or are redesigning parts of your established landscape. Whether it is planting native trees or plants to attract birds as an important part of your ecosystem, or designing your area to make best use of water, this workshop will assist you in looking at the larger ecological picture and being creative in your decision making.

Presentations

Gardening Is for The Birds — Birdscaping Your Garden Using Native Plants 

Watering for Health, Fire Resistance, and Conservation in The California Native Landscape

Landscaping with Native Trees

Horticultural Valor in the Native Garden —Be Bold!

I Will Survive – A Panel Discussion on Strategies for Creating a Flourishing and Durable California Native Garden  

Date and Time

9:00 a.m.
September 14, 2019
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego campus
4190 Front St, San Diego, CA 92103

Visit ticket page:
brownpapertickets.com/event/4296832

Visit the CNPSSD website:
https://www.cnpssd.org/events/fallworkshop2019
for full schedule, speakers and details

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