UC Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco
University of California
UC Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco

Color in Your Waterwise Garden

Date: May 20, 2017

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact: Lyngso Garden Materials

Sponsor: Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco

Location: Lyngso Garden Materials, 345 Shoreway Rd., San Carlos, CA 94070

Event Details

California Natives Garden

Have you ever seen an Australian Mint Bush, a Foothill Penstemon or a Tecoma 'Orange Jubilee' in full bloom? Each of these plants is a show-stoppper and will thrive on a fraction of the water of our conventional English gardens plants.

We will share with you some of our favorite waterwise plants that provide color and interest throughout the seasons. From small trees to ground covers, sun lovers to shade plants, evergreen shrubs to bright summer bloomers, this presentation will identify colorful low-water plants that are perfect for every spot in your garden.

Co-presenter UC Master Gardener Julie Montanari:  Julie is a landscape designer with a passion for water-wise landscapes. Her naturalistic designs incorporate California natives and other low-water plants to create beautiful, healthy, waterwise gardens. As a UC Master Gardener, she educates home gardeners about the beauty of low-water plants and the use of sustainable gardening practices. Julie has a B.S. Degree in Mathematics from M.I.T. and spent 15 years in the financial services industry before beginning her career in horticulture. She has a certificate in Environmental Horticulture from Foothill College, is a UC-certified Master Gardener and a Bay Friendly Qualified Landscape Designer.

Co-presenter UC Master Gardener Tina Roushell will join Julie for this informative presentation.

This presentation is FREE but registration is required. 
Space fills up quickly! 
Register here.
 
Registration will be available 3-4 weeks prior to the event.

Directions:  Highway 101, Holly Street exit, Redwood Shores exit, left at Shoreway Road (stop light). The Lyngso first driveway is the entry for trucks, the second driveway is for outgoing vehicles, and the third driveway is the customer parking lot.  After you enter the sales office, the classroom is to your right at the end of the hallway. 

 

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