Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 20, 2021

Drought Tolerant Gardening w/ San Francisco Native Plants 9/25/21

Drought Tolerant Gardening w/ San Francisco Native Plants 9/25/21

September 25, SATURDAY @ 1pm
Speaker:  Susan Karasoff, Chapter Board Member
Zoom registration here 

This talk was previously scheduled in August. Water conservation is essential in the design and management of California drought tolerant landscapes. Matching water supply to plant needs leads to drought tolerant landscape choices.
Local San Francisco native plants are beautiful, drought tolerant, adapted to our varied soils and co-evolved with our local pollinators.
We’ll discuss what to plant in San Francisco that need minimal water, including shallow rooted plants that thrive in pots.


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