Transform your backyard into a thriving, beautiful, and sustainable garden with our 3-part Introduction to Sustainable Gardening Series!
2019 PROGRAM DATES
Spring: March 9th, March 16th, March 23rd
Summer: June 15th, June 22nd, June 29th
Fall: Dates TBD
Tickets for Spring/Summer available December 2018
Part I: Sustainable Garden Design
Part II: Water-Wise Gardening
Part III: Organic Pest Control
The Introduction to Sustainable Gardening series is a three-part workshop series designed to help you transform your backyard into a thriving, sustainable garden. This course will teach you everything you need to know to plant flourishing perennial gardens that save water and attract pollinators and beneficial insects.
San Francisco is a beautiful and unique city, with mild temperatures year-round and dry, foggy summers. Learn what plants are adapted to our coastal climate and grow without the need for toxic pesticides or large amounts of water. This course will focus on native and drought-tolerant ornamental gardens, but will cover broad topics that can also apply to vegetable gardening.