Garden Talk & Sale - Embracing the Nature of California: The Trials and Rewards of Native Plant Gardening

Garden Talk & Sale - Embracing the Nature of California: The Trials and Rewards of Native Plant Gardening
Sept 13, 2018

Thursday, 2:30 p.m.

The transition from conventional to native plant landscaping can involve a bit of trial and error. Kitty Connolly, executive director of the Theodore Payne Foundation and a self-described “enthusiastic amateur” gardener, shares her experiences with her own garden makeover as a case study to inspire others to embrace native plants. A plant sale follows the talk. Free; no reservations required. Ahmanson Room, Brody Botanical Center 

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