California Native Garden Design - In-Person Workshop

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California Native Garden Design - In-Person Workshop

Learn how to design your own California native plant garden paradise.

By Waterwise Community Center

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 10 · 9am - 12pm PDT


Waterwise Community Center 4594 San Bernardino Street Montclair, CA 91763

About this event

  • 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Gardens using California native plants can be gorgeous, easy to maintain, full of color and habitat for birds and pollinators, and often only require water once a month once established. Come learn why native gardens are a great choice and the basics of designing your own.

Gardening with native plants does not mean you have to grow only native plants. If you're curious, come check it out, you might fall in love with a new and rewarding approach to gardening!

We will cover:

•What to love about California native Plants

•A visual tour of local California native home gardens

•How to design your own California native garden

•Planting design basics using natives

•Where to buy California native plants

About the organizer

The Waterwise Community Center is a program of the Chino Basin Water Conservation District, a special district with the purpose of conserving water locally. Local dairy farmers created CBWCD in 1949 to protect and replenish our local aquifer, the Chino Groundwater Basin. When it rains, CBWCD’s network of channels and percolation basins soak up the rain to refill the aquifer for use when it is dry.

The Waterwise Community Center provides classes, workshops, landscape design consultations, and other resources to help area residents use water wisely. Learn how you can take advantage of our free services here. The District serves the communities of Chino, Chino Hills, Ontario, Montclair, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, and Fontana.

A seven-member Board of Directors governs CBWCD and meets on the second Monday of the month at 2pm. Attend our meetings and learn more about the Board here.