Habitat Gardening

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Saturday June 17

10:00 AM  –  12:00 PM

Come learn how to design unique plant palettes and maintenance schedules for your garden that provide support for our local wildlife. As we work to preserve and protect our local biodiversity, home gardens and urban landscapes are often underutilized spaces that can be turned into corridors that provide for the little creatures we so admire and depend on. Students will come away with best practices and insights into observing your own local wildlife and easy steps to provide for them.


Class takes place outdoors. 


About the instructor:

Diana Nightingale has worked as a horticulturist at Descanso Gardens for the past three years. She has a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Southern California and B.S. in Plant Sciences from UC Santa Cruz. In her spare time she loves to study the secret lives of our native insects and indulge her passion for tea.