As we head into summer with longer and warmer days, it can be hard to keep your cool when it comes to the care of your California native plants. Is it supposed to look like that? Does it need more water? Is now a good time to prune? Help!
Don’t sweat it! Learn the answer to these questions and more with the guidance of Chip Grubbs, Horticulturist at CalBG, so you can breeze through the summer care of your garden. Join us virtually on Saturday, June 26 at 11am and gain insight into general summer care for both newly planted and more established plants, watering techniques, summer pruning and typical maintenance. Look ahead to the next planting season and get tips on garden additions that look great throughout summer, others that are summer dormant, and how to expand your micro habitat for summer wildlife. Now you can sit back and enjoy summer evenings in your garden!
Please note, this class will meet virtually through Zoom.
CalBG Members $20 | Public $25