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Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

Various Locations throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

May 7, 2017, 10:00am - 5:00pm

Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

California native plants are naturally adapted to local soils and climate, thrive without amendments, fertilizers, or pesticides and offer incomparable habitat value to wildlife.  Discover more about the possibilities California native plants offer at a variety of lovely gardens open on Sunday May 7, 2017 for the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

This delightful collection of native plant gardens ranges from Al Kyte’s 40-year-old wildlife oasis to brand new installations, from large lots in the hills to small front-yard gardens, from local native plants to natives from throughout California, and from gardens designed and installed by owners to those designed and installed by professionals

FREE!

  • Passes to 40 gardens
  • Garden Guide that provides details on each garden
  • Garden talks schedules throughout the day

Learn how to:

  • Select and care for California native plants
  • Attract butterflies, birds and bees to your garden
  • Garden without pesticides (and protect your children and pets!)
  • Lower your water bill

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Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

Native Plant Sale Extravaganza

California native plants are naturally adapted to local soils and climate, thrive without amendments, fertilizers, or pesticides, and offer incomparable habitat value to wildlife.  Discover more about the possibilities California native plants offer at a variety of lovely gardens opon on Sunday May 7, 2017 for the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

On Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and May 7, from 10:00 to 5:00, the Native Plant Sale Extravaganza will take place.  During the Extravaganza a number of nurseries specializing in California natives, many not normally open to the public, will carry large quantities of hard-to-find California natives

Registration is required.  Registrants will receive a Garden Guide containing descriptions of each garden and directions.  Early registration is suggested to ensure a place.

Visit www.BringingBackTheNatives.net to register for the tour, view photos of the gardens, read garden descriptions, download plant lists for each garden, obtain contact information for landscapes that specialize in native plant gardens, and more.

Questions? E-mail Kathy@KathyKramerConsulting.net or call (510) 236-9558 between 9am and 9pm


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