When planning or planting a garden the first thing to consider are the large-scale plants such as trees and palms.
Join Garden Horticulturalists, Michael Rada and Szymon Szary, as they recount their backpacking trip traversing the “Lowest 2 Highest” route.
Experience a spring tour at the Ruth Bancroft Garden! Come explore the Garden with a guide to learn about the Garden’s history and be introduced to our unique plant collection.
Learn about the conditions that you need to consider in a hellstrip planting space and what kind of climate-resilient plants would thrive in a harsh growing environment.
In this afterhours talk, Jeff Moore will share images from his new book, "Dudleya," (co-authored by J. Spath and K. Griffin) of plants in habitat (as well as cultivation) with advice on growing plants in captivity and an emphasis on conservation.
Site analysis is a crucial step in the initial stages of new garden design. Learn how to evaluate and record the conditions of the site and the desires of the clients.
Come hang out with your Nursery Manager bud, Jeremiah, and gain a higher education on the subject of soil prep, planting design principles and care instructions to ensure your succulents are set up for success.
Learn how to incorporate a variety of groundcovers and vines into a dry garden design.
RBG, CCWD and EBMUD have partnered to offer you the opportunity to take a self-guided tour of 22 home and botanical gardens in Walnut Creek and Concord that showcase the beauty and diversity of waterwise gardens.
Learn about different garden layouts, flow and access as well as other factors to consider when creating or redesigning the overall structure of your new garden.