Spring Garden & Butterfly Festival 2023 – Native Landscaping Principles
(photo by Saxon Holt Photography)
Saturday, May 6
10-11am + 30 min Q&A
Imagine your landscape is a beautiful habitat that increases your well-being and supports local birds and butterflies. Gardening with locally-native plants has many benefits like water conservation, healthier soil, and restoring habitat. The Water Conservation Garden shares the importance of planting with natives simplified for home gardeners with instructor Clayton Tschudy, Director of San Diego Canyonlands and Landscape Designer during the Spring Garden & Butterfly Festival. Highly encouraged for anyone looking to beautify a landscape. Sponsored by The County of San Diego.
*FREE native plant for all residents of unincorporated San Diego County who register to attend (details below)
*QUALIFY FOR A FREE Landscape Design Consultation for unincorporated residents (limited supply, Consultations to be scheduled at a later date, details below)
Registration is CLOSED for this class. However, if you are a resident of unincorporated San Diego County and wish to attend, please email [email protected] by end of day Thursday, May 4 – include your full home address.
Spring Garden & Butterfly Festival 2023 - Native Landscaping Principles
Saturday, May 6
10-11am + 30 min Q&A and five fave plants
*Receive a FREE native plant!! All residents of unincorporated SD County who register and attend this class receive a free 1-gallon native plant from Cuyamaca Nursery. Must attend class to receive voucher, good thru May 31, 2023.
*Qualify for a FREE Landscape Design Consultation. All residents of unincorporated SD County who register and attend this class qualify for a consultation to be scheduled at a later date. You will be notified by the coordinator.