Sick Plant Clinic

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The UC Botanical Garden’s monthly Sick Plant Clinic is reopening! Bring plant samples to the clinic to find out which diseases or pests are afflicting your plants. Entomologists and plant pathologists will diagnose and suggest effective and environmentally sensitive remedies. … Read more

Sick Plant Clinic

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The UC Botanical Garden’s monthly Sick Plant Clinic is reopening! Bring plant samples to the clinic to find out which diseases or pests are afflicting your plants. Entomologists and plant pathologists will diagnose and suggest effective and environmentally sensitive remedies. … Read more

Sick Plant Clinic

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The UC Botanical Garden’s monthly Sick Plant Clinic is reopening! Bring plant samples to the clinic to find out which diseases or pests are afflicting your plants. Entomologists and plant pathologists will diagnose and suggest effective and environmentally sensitive remedies. … Read more

Lets Talk Dirty: Composting 101

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Do you want to learn how you can compost at home and help to cultivate healthy soils? Healthy soils equal healthy plants! Composting is the natural process of recycling organic matter, such as leaves and food scraps, into a valuable … Read more

Planting to Connect Kids with Nature

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Join us along with SF Rec and Parks, Rebuilding Together, and others in a big planting day at 5 locations in San Francisco. We will be planting hundreds of native plants to connect kids with nature. These are early childcare … Read more

Webinar: Fall Native Plant Gardening Webaganza

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Register here. It’s a webinar. It’s an extravaganza. It’s a webaganza. Whatever it is, you shouldn’t miss it. We’re still assembling the speaker lineup, so stay tuned for talks on native plant pruning, pipevine planting techniques, gardening for birds and … Read more

Webinar: Biggests and Smallests

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Get the Zoom meeting link here: https://cnps-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JqZNFV2AQOSITtvZkK5gIA Speaker: Kipp McMichael Break out your rulers, scales and metrics for a tour of California flora with an eye toward maxima and minima. We’ll start with familiar status-holders like giant sequoia and duckweed … Read more