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Debra Lee Baldwin
Monday, October 9 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
We’re launching Debra Lee Baldwin’s new book, the celebratory tenth anniversary, second edition of Designing with Succulents! Festivities include a Succulent Plant and Pottery Faire with local ceramic artists and plantspeople in the courtyard. Debra will also be there, signing the completely revised and updated new edition of the book that created global interest in succulents and made horticultural history. Then during her presentation, Debra will show us gorgeous photos from her new book (many taken right here in San Diego). And because we're Debra's "home club" (she's a lifetime SDHS member and our 2017 Horticulturist of the Year), she'll share her vision of the future of San Diego gardens.
Come early for the Debra Lee book signing and special vendors marketplace.
Monday, October 9 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Rick Darke, author and consultant, discusses the famous High Line garden in New York City.
We’ve arrived at a watershed in design that invites the flux of living communities into the essential character of public and private gardens. This approach is beautifully represented by The High Line, a 1.45-mile-long park in New York City created on an elevated section of a no longer used New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. Before it was restored, the High Line was an untouched, abandoned, overgrown landscape. Today it is much more than that. It’s a central plaza, a cultural center, a walkway, and a green retreat in a bustling city that is free for all to enjoy. But above all else, it is a beautiful, dynamic garden, with plantings designed by Piet Oudolf, one of the world’s most extraordinary garden designers. Rick Darke discusses why The High Line is a model of creative, conservation-based design and stewardship that supports a diversity of life, both human and other. He also illustrates how insights from the High Line are worthy of emulation in residential and community landscapes around the world.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Tour is full, but you can be added to the wait list should spaces become available
February 15 - 21, 2018
Join the San Diego Horticultural Society as we tour the artistic, cultural, and horticultural riches of San Miguel de Allende, a city rich with color, lush plantings, and delicious flavors. The tour includes visits to local public and private gardens, historical points of interest, and venturing out to surrounding villages and towns as well.
For complete itinerary details and information about booking this exciting trip click the "Learn More and Register" button.
SDHS is a Pacific Horticulture Partner
Pacific Horticulture believes in the power of gardens to enrich people’s lives and inspire environmental stewardship.
A west-coast based organization founded in 1968, Pacific Horticulture brings horticulturists, designers, and passionate gardeners together to share knowledge through our publications, seminars, and tours. Pacific Horticulture magazine is widely recognized for its horticultural accuracy, engaging text, and beautiful photographs. As part of their mission to inspire west coast gardeners their website offers an archive of past articles dating back to 2000, available to anyone that visits their website.
SDHS members can join at a special rate $24/year - a savings of $16 off retail price. Membership includes a one-year subscription to the magazine; advance notice for tours and special events; and the popular electronic newsletter.
Click Here to Join Today - Enter Discount code SDHSPARTNER for the special SDHS member rate
Click Here to learn about Pacific Horticulture Upcoming Private Garden Tours.
Second Monday of the month, except December, from 6 to 8:30 PM
Congregation Beth Israel