Spring is right around the corner, and it’s time to get ready for some serious gardening. Spruce up your garden with new additions at the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden’s Spring Fundraising Plant Sale on Saturday, March 30, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to find unique, drought-tolerant plants that are perfect for your yard. Join the Garden for a “behind-the-scenes” at the Greenhouse facilities where an incredible selection of plants grown by volunteers will be available for purchase. All plants will be tax free to the general public, and Garden Members will receive an additional 10 percent off!
Have specific plant problems and need advice? Come talk with SLO Botanical Garden experts and find out what plants would work best for your home garden. There will be free coffee offered! This is a great opportunity to learn more about the climate region and see a multitude of plant species that thrive in that environment. San Luis Obispo is in one of the five mediterranean climate zones spread throughout the world, and you will find plants from these zones showcased in our beautifully landscaped garden. Plants from these mediterranean zones are well suited to our climate and are drought resistant, so be sure to wander through the Garden to get inspiration for an at-home landscaping!
Details, additional member deals, and plant list available at slobg.org.
About San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden is celebrating its 30th year of sowing seeds and growing together. The Garden is located at 3450 Dairy Creek Rd. It is spread out on 150 acres in El Chorro Regional Park off Highway 1 between Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo. When the master plan is complete, the Garden will be the only garden of its kind in the United States exclusively devoted to the ecosystems and plants of the five Mediterranean climate regions of the world. Through its programs and facilities, the Garden fosters an appreciation and understanding of the relationship between people and nature and encourages a sense of stewardship for the natural environment. To learn more log on to slobg.org, or visit the SLO Botanical Garden Facebook page.