The Associated Press recently published an article about the devastating effects of the bugs draining the lift out of forests across the U.S. Spread by climate and trade, this scourge is projected to put 63 percent of the country’s […]
Catherine Garcia of NBC7 San Diego visited The Garden recently to find out how we are helping residents learn how to conserve water in the drought. Despite the wet winter we are expecting, we still need to conserve. Click […]
Looking to remove your lawn and replace it with drought-tolerant, and pocketbook-friendly, low-water plants? Most turf grasses, both cool and warm season types, are easy to remove with simple methods such as lifting with a sod cutter or just […]
California’s emergency water conservation mandate went into effect Monday, June 1 and San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other mayors in the region gathered at The Water Conservation Garden to urge the public to take the mandate seriously. Residents […]
The mayors of six San Diego County cities met on June 1st at The Water Conservation Garden to call on residents to immediately cut outdoor watering to two days a week amid California’s record drought. Mayor Kevin Faulconer was […]
This fund provides an important source of income that funds The Garden's beautiful exhibits, expanding plant collections and popular educational programs.
This fund provides income to repair existing exhibits and funds future exhibits in The Garden.
This fund provides resources for our Ms. Smarty-Plants™ youth education program, as well as adult education classes and workshops.
This provides funds for general operating costs.
The Garden is pleased to offer a monthly giving option. Monthly donations help The Garden by providing a consistent source of funds to maintain exhibits and provide educational programs. Your monthly gift will be deducted from your account each month until such time as you notify us to cancel.
Auto-renewal is appreciated since it provides The Garden with consistent income needed to plan for future conservation education programs and exhibits. Please help The Garden grow!