Friday, January 19, 2007

Back By Popular Demand! Native Nights

If you missed last year's native plant gardening event, you will get another chance on January 25 from 7 - 8:30 PM. In their words:

Help Bring Back Burbank’s Native Landscape!

Learn how to plant a heritage garden filled with native and California friendly plants. These plants are low maintenance, use little water, need very little soil preparation or fertilizing and even attract butterflies!

Event Speaker:

Lili Singer – Recognized garden writer, Southern California plant expert, horticulture consultant and educator

FREE California Native Plant Seeds

FREE Refreshments

Reservations Required, call: 238-3730 or email:

If you're interested in the topic, you can also check out the book California Native Plants for the Garden.


Faith said...

I just heard about this and I can't come tonight but I do hope you'll have it again. I'm a brand new Burbank resident and I'm looking forward to landscaping.

Erin said...


Good news! I just got this information off the Burbank Water and Power website:


But, don't be discouraged! We're having a similar workshop at our Earth Day event on April 21. Attendees will learn how to plant a garden filled with native and California friendly plants from speaker Lili Singer, a recognized garden writer and Southern California plant expert. FREE California Native Plant Seeds and refreshments will be provided and there will be fun gardening activities for kids.

BWP's EARTH DAY EVENT WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 21 FROM 1 to 4 PM. More information on this event will be available in the coming weeks."

If you're interested in gardening, I would definitely peruse their site. They offer landscaping classes, free shade trees, and free drip irrigation kits. Click on the links for more info. Thanks for reading the blog!