Garden Design/Drought Strategies - postponed
Date: Saturday, May 31, 2014
Time: 9:30AM - 4:00PM
Instructor: Susan Van Atta and Robert Kourik
Location: Blaksley Library
These classes have been postponed to Fall
Make a day of it at the Garden!
Series price includes a box lunch!
Susan Van Atta's Native Flower Gardens:
Learn how to plan for a beautiful, flowering, sustainable garden with Landscape Architect Susan Van Atta. Susan will present her site based approach to native plant design, provide tools to develop successful combinations of native plants through her book The Southern California Native Flower Garden, and highlight attractive native plants and their uses in a walk around the Garden.
Robert Kourik's Strategies in Time of Drought:
A special workshop on the interactions of soils, roots, and water
How can we use water wisely? In this time of drought, expert Robert Kourik offers a special workshop on the interactions of soils, roots, and water. His book, Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates, covers how best to distribute the water to the roots, while Roots Demystified shares the current science on where roots really grow.