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June Succulent Garden Maintenance Workshop

  • Tue, June 11, 2013
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Vista
  • 10


  • San Diego Horticultural Society Workshop

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My Succulents Have Gotten Too Big - Now What?

Easy to grow succulents are nearly perfect plants, with beautiful foliage all year, attractive flowers, few pests, and low water requirements. Put them in your garden and they are almost bulletproof. But after a year or so they can overgrow the space where they’re planted, get leggy, or form pups and die out in the center. Learn how to care for your succulents: grooming, pruning, transplanting, and preparing cuttings for growing new plants. You will get hands-on experience with many different species and have cuttings to take home. The workshop will be held at Susi Torre-Bueno's garden, in the succulent area Jeff Moore designed and installed four years ago.

This workshop will be led by Jeff Moore, owner of Solana Succulents nursery in Solana Beach. Jeff has been growing succulents for decades and has won a great many awards at the San Diego County Fair and Spring Home/Garden Show for his stunning garden designs. He and Bill Teague designed and installed the Undersea Succulent Garden at San Diego Botanic Garden. Jeff is a long-time member and sponsor of San Diego Horticultural Society.

Questions about this workshop? Click HERE to send an email.

Need to cancel your reservation - Click HERE to send an email.

Registration will close three days before the event.  If you must cancel, be considerate and allow enough time to let another member register and attend.

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. 

Bring the following:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Sturdy gloves (aloes can bite!)
  • Pruners
  • Water
  • Box or bag to take cuttings home with you
  • Closed-toe shoes are REQUIRED
Our Mission To inspire and educate the people of San Diego County to grow and enjoy plants, and to create beautiful, environmentally responsible gardens and landscapes.

Our Vision To champion regionally appropriate horticulture in San Diego County.


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