Bromeliads in the Garden
An easy-care, tropical look for sun and shade
After a tour of the instructor's garden (which is not handicapped accessible) where you'll see bromeliads both in pots and planted in the landscape, the workshop begins. You'll learn about the different bromeliad families, how to care for them, and how to use these ease-care plants in the garden. These are perfect low-maintenance and low-water plants for people who love gardening but don't have a lot of time. This garden is featured in the April 2013 issue of San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles magazine.
Insturctor Joann Dossett says: "After 38 years as an elementary school teacher I finally retired and am enjoying my new vocation... working in my garden. I still don't have lots of time but I have lots of space. Bromeliads have been the answer to this gardener's prayers. With bromeliads you can have lush tropical beauty with very little water and without spending a lot time."
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