MARIPOSA – “Gardening with Drought-tolerant Native Plants” is the topic on Saturday, May 9 from 10 a.m. to noon, presented by the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources and Mariposa County Master Gardeners.
The program takes place at the Board of Supervisors Chambers.
UCCE Master Gardener Coordinator Kris Randal will talk about a variety of drought tolerant native plants which grow best in the foothill community. Those at the workshop will learn how to garden with year-round color, while providing continuous blooms for pollinators, along with berries and seeds for birds. So this program makes everyone happy!
During this continuous drought, California native plants are the most reasonable and sustainable choice, say organizers. The workshop will highlight all of the advantages of maintaining or restoring native plants to your landscape.
Register online for this FREE presentation at cemariposa.ucanr.edu or call (209) 966 2417
The Board of Supervisors Chambers are located at 5100 Bullion Street in Mariposa.