Saturday,March 18 & Sunday, March 1910:30 am - 4 pmPresented by theNorth American Clivia Society Visit the largest Clivia show in North America, featuring an amazing array of forms and varieties. The show will include... Read More »
Presented by Norm Nakanishi Learn about Clivia care and cultivation including lighting, soil mixes, repotting, and pests. Find out how to successfully propagate Clivia by both seed and division. Free with Garden Admission, Drop-In
Learn about clivia and other rare and interesting low-light plants in the Specimen Shade Garden during this 30-minute tour.
Saturday,March 18 & Sunday, March 1910:30 am - 4 pmPresented by theNorth American Clivia Society Visit the largest Clivia show in North America, featuring an amazing array of forms and varieties. The show will include plants with attractive pastel shades and interesting leaf variegation and textures, as well as the familiar orange and yellow flowering varieties. It’s a judged show,... Read More »
Presented by Candace Nakanishi Learn how Clivia flowers can be used in floral arrangements to create beautiful displays for the home. Free with Garden Admission, Drop-In
You may be surprised and delighted to learn that Luffa (Loofah) sponges do not come from the sea but are a vegetable in the gourd and cucumber family and can easily be grown in your own home garden. Learn how to start your own seeds and how to care for your plants. You will plant seeds to take home, create a bar of luffa soap, and a jar of soothing luffa sugar scrub and decorate a gift tag or market tote using luffa gourd slices.
Join local artist Erna Van Dyk as she teaches you how to see and paint color and simple shapes. This month Erna takes inspiration from the anemones in the Central Garden. Classes are designed for all levels of painter and non-painter. Each participant will take home her/his own charming painting. Fee: Members $35, Non-members $45 Purchase Tickets