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California Native Plant Society Teaches 'Native Plants'

Want to convert your garden to native plants? Learn which are best suited for the climate.

Our state flower, the 'Eschscholzia californica' or 'California Poppy.' CDFW Photo by Jeb Bjerke
Our state flower, the 'Eschscholzia californica' or 'California Poppy.' CDFW Photo by Jeb Bjerke

Native plants are beautiful, uniquely Californian, and they bring native birds and pollinators to them. Increasingly important as water becomes scarcer, they even save money on water, chemicals, and general maintenance.

The California Native Plant Society encourages gardening with natives as part of its overall conservation strategy. 

This presentation by members of CNPS Bay Area Chapter will present native 
plants that are especially well-suited to our East Bay climate.

When: Thursday, January 9, 2014, 6:30 p.m.  
Where: San Ramon Library, upstairs meeting room  See map
Cost: 
Free

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