Sunday, February 19; 3:00PM - 5:00PM

Wild Suburbia = Learning to Garden with Native Plants

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WILD SUBURBIA – LEARNING TO GARDEN WITH NATIVE PLANTS

Sunday, February 19, 2017; 3:00pm – 5:00pm / Ayres Hall

Speaker: Barbara Eisenstein

$8 Arboretum members / $10 non-members (Includes Arboretum Admission)

To Register please call the Education Department at 626.821.4623 or pay at the class

Looking to transform your traditional, high-water-use yard into a peaceful habitat garden abounding with biodiversity? Barbara Eisenstein, author of Wild Suburbia: Learning to Garden with Native Plants, will discuss the joys and challenges of tending a native garden and sign copies of her books.

Barbara Eisenstein is a research associate and former horticultural outreach coordinator at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, California. She is the horticultural chair of the San Gabriel Mountains chapter of the California Native Plant Society, and founder and organizer of Friends of South Pasadena Nature Park.

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$8 Arboretum members / $10 non-members (Includes Arboretum Admission)

To Register please call the Education Department at 626.821.4623 or pay at the class

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