|Succulents - Pruning, Propagation, Care
Succulent plants have come on the scene in California landscaping, big time! Partly in response to the need for waterwise selections, but MOSTLY because they’re flat out beautiful! Hmmm… did you know, however, that of the thousands of varieties that one might come across, most are successful as “windowsill plants” only? They’re not strong, durable, or of significant size or visual impact to make a difference in the landscape. That’s where Tom Jesch, ( of Waterwise Botanicals) gives you the guidance necessary to choose, maintain, and care for, those very special varieties that will transform your garden into a kalaidescope of color, textures, and flowers that can endure long dry periods, but at the same time make your landscape look lush, and the envy of the neighborhood! In other words, he’s going to fortify your own personal “Succulescence!!”
This workshop will be held at Waterwise Botanicals, a sponsor of SDHS, so there should be many interesting and tempting plants
To be held rain or shine.
We will be outside:
Don't forget sunscreen and a hat
Bring the following:
- Closed-toe shoes are REQUIRED
By registering for this workshop I understand that I will attend this workshop at my own risk. Host gardens, workshop instructors, and the San Diego Horticultural Society assume no liability whatsoever.
To Register www.sdhort.org/Workshops
Questions about this workshop, or wish to be added to a WAIT LIST if the workshop is full? Click HERE to send an email to Bruce Cobbledick.
Need to cancel your reservation? - Click HERE to send an email to Bruce Cobbledick.
Registration will close two days before the event.
If you must cancel, be considerate and allow enough time to let another member register and attend.