Events

2018 Water-Wise Home Garden Tour

The Water Conservation Garden invites the public to its third annual Water-Wise Home Garden Tour on March 24, 2018, 9am-3pm.  The tour will highlight five beautiful gardens utilizing an array of color, variety, and low water use plants, shrubs and trees.  The gardens emphasize plants from semi-arid regions of the world including Australia, New Zealand, Southwestern U.S. and South Africa.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to purchase garden/home items such as bird houses, plant pots and garden jewelry, all handmade by local artisans. In addition, attendees can speak with the homeowners about each garden, as well as knowledgeable garden docents, about how they can re-design their own landscape using drought-tolerant plants.

Click HERE for information about the home gardens on the tour. This event is rain or shine!

 

Tickets: $25, $30 at-the-door.

Advance tickets available online

or in the garden gift shop.

Please see below to purchase tickets online.

Tour materials available for pick up by attendees at The Garden Friday, March 23 from 9am – 4pm or Saturday, March 24 from 9am – 12pm.  If you were given a ticket as a gift, please provide the name of the gift-giver upon check-in.

Thanks to our Sponsors:

Date/Time

March 24, 2018
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location

The Water Conservation Garden

12122 Cuyamaca College Dr. West
El Cajon CA 92019

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Attendee Information

Online registration has now closed. Please call 619-660-0614 x10 to check availability.

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