If you are interested in seeing some of the powerpoints from some of Barbara's talks, click here.
Some quick tips and tricks on how to start gardening with more California natives.
Best plants for shady gardens -- Top water savers -- Edible and medicinal herbs, flowers, and vegetables
Join us on Saturday, March 8, 2014 to celebrate Arbor Day in South Pasadena's own nature park, the Arroyo Seco - South Pasadena Woodland and Wildlife Park. Participants will enjoy a walk in our lovely 4-acre habitat park. Free succulent cuttings with be offered to encourage water conservation in private gardens through the use of low-water use plants.
The event is FREE and open to all ages, though registration is required. The park is beautiful right now, hope to see you there! The Arbor Day celebration is sponsored by the South Pas Public Library, South Pasadena Beautiful, Friends of the Nature Park, and South Pasadena Public Works.
Barbara Eisenstein is a native plant gardener, horticulturist, speaker, writer, and blogger. She founded and runs Friends of the Nature Park, a citizen stewardship program in South Pasadena, and received the 2007 Arroyo Verde Award for Best Citizen Activism. She ran the Native Plant Garden Hotline at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, and may have even answered one of your questions. She is now an RSABG Research Associate and horticulture chair for the San Gabriel Mts Chapter of CNPS. Barbara lives in South Pasadena and gardens with her dog, Milo, though he usually just lies in the dirt and gets sunburned.
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