When the right plants and habitat are established an astonishing range of biodiversity can thrive in our backyards – or apartment window boxes.
Join us as Scott Logan shares the outcome of his five-year devotion to documenting and photographing the wildlife in the Gottlieb Native Garden.
February 15: Scott Lefleur, Executive Director of Sherman Library and Gardens
Wishing you could travel? Tired of Being inside? Join Scott Lafleur, Executive Director of Sherman Library & Gardens, as he takes us on a virtual tour of five of his favorite public Gardens across America.
Scott served on the American Public Garden Association Board of directors for over 10 years.
This October we are looking forward to meeting Debbie Zimmerman. Debbie is the president of the OC Gourd Society and knows everything gourd. Fall brings memories of gourds and pumpkins. We will learn how to grow, care for, and turn gourds into beautiful art pieces. Debbie will provide seeds.
Behind the Shield: A Look inside the Curious World of Staghorn Ferns
Joel Friesen, from Sherman Library and Gardens, will discuss the quirks of growing staghorn ferns, covering everything from their peculiar lifecycle to the varied ways that they can be creatively mounted and displayed in both home and garden.
Join our August meeting where we will be hosting, by Zoom, Steve Kaye. Steve is an inspiring, enlightening, and entertaining photographer. He will share his beautiful photography, wisdom, and respect for nature in a most entertaining way.
San Juan Hills Golf Club, 32120 San Juan Creek Rd, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675, USA
In the Victorian period, pressed flower art was very fashionable among ladies. Pressed Flower Art has continued its evolution with introducing new techniques and new processes. Especially with the introduction of modern drying techniques and chemicals, pressed flowers retain their natural color
Past Event. Feb 17 Excursion to San Diego Botanic Gardens