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
We are back from India. Wild suburbia looks great with few losses, thanks to K's help and the durability of native plants. The South Pasadena Nature Park is doing well also. We will be having a park cleanup on Monday, June 17, 9 - 10:30 am. Check my Wild Suburbia blog for information on both.
Barbara Eisenstein is a California native plant gardener and horticulturist. She lives in South Pasadena and gardens with her dog, Milo, though he usually just lies in the dirt and gets sunburned. Until recently she ran the Native Plant Garden Hotline at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. She is now an RSABG Research Associate and a board member for the San Gabriel Mts Chapter of CNPS.
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