Hot Color, Dry Garden
Nan Sterman is no stranger to San Diego County gardeners. She is the author of numerous magazine and newspaper articles and two well-received books. Her long-running television series, A Growing Passion, is an important source of information for novice and experienced gardeners alike. Now she has added another book to her resume. Hot Color, Dry Garden showcases gardens across the Southwest, from the Mediterranean climate of San Diego to arid Arizona, addressing garden design, debunking low-water gardening myths, and offering a wealth of plant suggestions.
During the last few years, faced with a continuing drought, many in the Southwest have tried to plant in a more water-wise manner. Unfortunately, water wise and drought-tolerant
are too often equated with drab gravel lots enlivened with just a few plants scattered here
and there. Hot Color, Dry Garden provides
home gardeners with an alternative: a color-filled garden that will flourish in low-water conditions. Please join us on Monday, May 14 for a special night as Nan Sterman introduces us to her newest publication.
Doors open at 6PM with the presentations beginning at 6:45 PM.
Free for SDHS Members; $15 Non-members
Tickets available at the door.
Free, easy parking at the Congregation Beth Israel, 9001 Towne Centre Dr., San Diego, CA 92122