Manzanitas & More - Creating Garden Structure with Natives
Monday, October 12, 6PM - Zoom meeting!
On Monday, October 12th 2020, Su Kraus of Moosa Creek Nursery will present Manzanitas and More: How to create structure in your native garden using evergreen shrubs.
Join in at 6 pm (PST) on zoom. Link to the live zoom meeting will be emailed to the membership a few weeks prior to the event. The meeting will be recorded and the recording will be uploaded to the San Diego Horticultural Society's YouTube channel the week following the live presentation for those who missed it or wish to see it again.
The focus of this presentation is on utilizing hardy, evergreen native shrubs to create the all important backbone of your garden design, attention will be given to the wildlife benefits and bloom cycle that will add interest and activity in the garden and finish up with helpful hints on how to select your plants and where to find them!
Previous Zoom Meetings
If you missed a zoom meeting or want to watch all or part of it again: Meetings recordings are now available via SDHS YouTube Channel, or use the links below.
Monday, September 14, 6PM - Zoom meeting!
This special meeting is a Zoom Concert of horticulturally rich songs with recording artists Dominique Arciero and her husband, Sean Watkins, of the Grammy-Winning band, Nickle Creek.
Karen England, the new San Diego Horticultural Society president, discusses growing and using the plants featured in the songs. This live, special broadcast is from “Stage B” (the porch) at Karen England’s home, Edgehill Herb Farm, in honor of her installation as president.
Kate Sessions is well known as a San Diego local and regional horticultural influence, but her place within a large professional network of horticulturists is less-well known. This presentation reviews the personal biography of Sessions and introduces many of the botanists, nursery owners, landscapers and others within her national and international circle of friends and correspondents.
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We revisit the 2019 superbloom from January to July spanning 25 sites from the deserts, mountains, inland valleys and to the coast. Join Jim to experience some of his best wildflowers discoveries. You'll be surprised at the variety of wildflowers that grow all within our county.
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