The Water Conservation Garden invites the public to its second annual Water-Wise Home Garden Tour. The self-guided tour will highlight five beautiful gardens, located in East County utilizing an array of color, variety, and low water usage. Learn about using native, succulents, cacti and Mediterranean plants and how you can design your yard for low water usage plants. The gardens emphasize plants from semi-arid regions of the world including Australia, New Zealand, Southwestern U.S. and South Africa.
Succulent cuttings from many of the home tours will be on sale, as well as other garden/home items such as bird houses, plant pots and garden jewelry, all handmade by local artisans. The homeowners will be on-hand to talk with attendees and Clayton Tschudy, The Garden’s Director of Horticulture, will be available to talk about how easy it is to re-design their own landscape using low-water usage plants.
The cost to attend is $20 for early registration and $25 at the door, and all proceeds will benefit The Garden’s botanical collection care, exhibit upkeep, and education programs, including the award-winning “Ms. Smarty-Plants™” water conservation education program.
Attendance is limited so purchase your tickets today!
PLEASE NOTE! There are no actual tickets for this event. Your name(s) will be on a registration list and attendees must check-in for the tour at The Garden. Check-in is open on Friday, March 24 between 9am-4pm and Saturday, March 25, 9am-12noon. A complimentary garden goodie bag and a packet containing home garden tour addresses, a map and other information will be given to attendees at that time.
Tour is self-guided at your own pace, and gardens can be visited in any order.
No pets or strollers are allowed in the gardens.
Gardens are not handicapped accessible.
All ticket sales are final.
Tour will be held rain or shine!