March 20 to March 28
13 Classes and 3 Workshops
The Essential Guide to Garden Hand Tools
  • Jodi Bay

Garden hand tools are as big a part of gardening as seeds and plants. Selecting and using the right tool makes the work easier and safer for the plant and the gardener. Learn the different types of tools, their uses and what will work best for a particular task. Also discussed will be adaptive garden tools, understanding the cost vs. value of garden tools, staying safe while using garden hand tools and garden tool maintenance.
How Orchids Rebloom
  • Chuck McClung

Chuck McClung will describe the three basic requirements for all orchids to rebloom and the five main reasons orchids fail to rebloom. He will focus on proper care for the common Phalaenopsis orchid and what to do when they have finished blooming. 
Plants for Shade, Slopes and Difficult Places
  • Linda Bresler

Learn about plants and their care for special situations which face so many gardeners: shady areas, slopes and difficult growing situations. The plants Linda uses grow well in poor soil, use little water, and need no fertilizer or pruning. Linda will share her favorite plants that thrive in challenging circumstances.
California Native Plant “Seed Bombs”
  • Leslie Crawford

Enjoy learning the history of and how to create seed bombs, using the best ingredients and seeds for effective results.  Attractive packaging will also be created for giving seed bombs as gifts.
Phone 858-822-6910 * Fax 858-822-7667

Master Gardener Association of San Diego County supports the University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program of San Diego County.