California Native Plant Society|
Santa Cruz County Chapter
Meeting 7:30 pm
UCSC Arboretum Horticulture Building
Native Plant Gardening for a Water-Challenged Future
The California Native Plant Society Horticulture Program envisions a California where native plants are widely available and routinely incorporated into public and private landscapes to conserve resources, extend habitat, and create a sense of place. This presentation will introduce you to the messages and approaches we are using to help people to learn native plant gardening.
Lower your water bill, reduce yard maintenance, and attract songbirds & butterflies to your home with native plants.
* Why now
* Benefits and issues
* Designing your native plant garden
* The best plants for your native garden
* And much, much more . . .
Susan Krzywicki is the Horticulture Program Director for the California Native Plant Society. She has been a native plant landscape designer in San Diego, as well as chair of the San Diego Surfrider Foundation Ocean Friendly Gardens Committee. She also serves on the Bayfront Cultural and Design Commission for the Port of San Diego.