The wild buckwheats comprise a huge genus centered in western North America, with more than 100 species in California. The genus ranges from tiny ephemeral annuals through mat-forming perennials, herbaceous perennials, and small woody shrubs. This workshop will focus on identifying, growing, and using eriogonums in the landscape. The morning session will be a presentation on the genus with numerous examples, followed by a session on keying to species. The afternoon will focus on looking at as many examples as possible in the botanic garden.
Saturday, September 22, 10 am-3 pm
Instructor: Glenn Keator
Location: Visitor Center, Regional Parks Botanic Garden
Please bring lunch
$50 members / $60 nonmembers