The Garden Native Committee of the California Native Plant Society-San Diego Chapter (CNPS-SD) is presenting its fifth annual Tour, 'Gardens of Growth and Legacy', the weekend of April 1st & 2nd, 2017, from 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. This enjoyable and educational weekend...
Presented concurrently with the Cuyamaca Water Conservation Garden (CWCG) Spring Garden Festival, the CNPS-SD Spring Plant Sale will feature:
- Native shrubs, trees, flowering plants
- Seeds, books, posters
- Convenient curbside parking for loading plants
- Friendly, knowledgeable experts to assist you
- Cash, checks and credit cards accepted
Why native plants? Attract birds and butterflies, save water, and preserve California's natural heritage.
The San Diego Management and Monitoring Program (SDMMP) coordinates regional monitoring and management of 111 species of which 57 are plants on Conserved Lands in San Diego County! This coordination is carried out in collaboration with land managers, wildlife agencies, conservation groups, environmental consulting firms, and other partners...
Garden Native is the gardening committee of the San Diego chapter of the California Native Plant Society. Committee meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings address a lively array of gardening opportunities, projects, and special events. The location rotates each month amongst private homes and public spaces. They are usually preceded by a potluck dinner.
To get on the mailing list for details, agendas, and locations email firstname.lastname@example.org
CNPS-SD Executive Board meetings are always the first Wednesday of the month, except when the 1st Wednesday falls on a holiday. Meetings are held at 4010 Morena Blvd, Suite 100, San Diego. Members are welcome to attend as observers. To add an issue to the agenda, please email email@example.com.
A small garden group, the Lake Hodges Native Plant Club, was created in 1981. Ten years later, the Club entered into an agreement with the Wild Animal Park (now known as the San Diego Zoo Safari Park) to create a native garden there. Over the years, five acres of undeveloped land in the northeast corner of the Park have been transformed into a series of unique native habitat gardens (“nativescapes”) show-casing all plants endemic to San Diego County...
View the only known examples of southern basalt flow vernal pools and then continue on to visit two historic adobes, circa 1857. Learn about the plateau’s unique topography, geology, and habitats. This is an intermediate 5 mile hike with an elevation gain/loss of up to 500 feet...
The Garden Committee of the SD Chapter of California Native Plant Society will hold a community meeting to request community input on our native plant garden at the north end of Sunset Cliffs Natural Park. The meeting will be preceded by a social gathering from 6-6:30pm during which snacks and refreshments will be provided.