Summer Maintenance of California Native Plants
Saturday, June 6, 10 a.m.-noon Register online here
So you've got your native plants in the ground, now how do you take care of them through the summer? To deadhead or not to deadhead? How much summer water should they receive?
RSABG Production Manager Antonio Sanchez provides the answers. Learn about proper pruning techniques, whether or not to fertilize, suitable irrigation and grooming, the ins and outs of mulching as well as many other important parts of landscape maintenance. The class will also include maintenance planning, seasonal appropriateness, and how to get the most from your valuable time and efforts. Limited to 20 participants.
Member Price: $20; Public: $25
[Image: Encelia californica gone to seed. Many birds like to eat the seeds, but dead-heading encourages more blooms.]