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Workshop - Edible Landscaping for the Mediterranean Climate

  • Sun, July 13, 2014
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • San Diego
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  • San Diego Horticultural Society Workshop

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Edible Landscaping for the Mediterranean Climate

 


Fruiting trees, shrubs and perennials can be water savers and thrive in our Mediterranean climate. Learn how figs, pomegranates, grapes and fruiting olive trees not only are drought tolerant, but, once established, are beautiful in your landscape. Many of our favorite culinary herbs, like rosemary, sage, oregano and thyme, are also great additions to xeriscaped edible gardens. After a brief slide presentation, walk with workshop teacher Ari Tenenbaum in his garden to see and learn about some of his favorite, drought-tolerant edibles.

 

Ari Tenenbaum is a San Diego native who earned his B. S. in Plant Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He has been a licensed landscape contractor since 2009 when he helped found Revolution Landscape, a full service landscaping company that specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of edible and eco-friendly landscapes. Since its inception, Revolution Landscape has been featured in numerous publications including the SD Union Tribune, Edible San Diego, the La Jolla Light, and many more. Ari frequently gives educational seminars about organic gardening and sustainable landscaping.  Gardens designed and installed by Revolution Landscape were featured on the 2014 California Native Plant Garden Tour as well as the 2014 Horticulture Society’s Spring Garden Tour. For more information please visit RevolutionLandscape.com.

 

To be held rain or shine.

 

Bring the following:

  • Water
  • 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. 


Questions about this works, or want to be put on a WAITING LIST? Click HERE to send an email to Roy Wilburn.


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.

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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