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Crescent Farm Series

| | January 23, 2017

April 22, 2017 @ 10:00 am America/Los Angeles Timezone
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden (Meet at the Crescent Farm)
301 N Baldwin Ave
Arcadia, CA 91007
Free for members / Free for non-members (with arboretum admission)
Ted Tegart

Instructor: Crescent Farm Staff

Learn about water conservation and sustainable gardening, with hands-on experience! The Crescent Farm, located in the heart of the Arboretum just west of Baldwin Lake, is a reclaimed landscape where we explore new and ancient horticulture techniques for water conservation and food production. This is an educational training series.  Please bring gloves, drinking water; wear close-toed shoes and a hat.

April 22 – Pollinators

Crescent Farm provides amazing habitat where our local fauna thrives.  In the design and development phases of building Crescent Farm special consideration was given to plant selection and how these plants establish superior homes for native bees, birds and butterflies.  Introducing pollinators into your yard adds interest, photo and learning opportunities for the whole family.

May 20 – Weaving / Basketry

Learn to use your bio-mass (plant waste) to create garden structures.  Simple weaving techniques can use leaves as cordage, branches as trellises, tomato cages, shade shelters, and various long lasting leaves as weavers.  Design and build compost structures, plant guards and soil traps in your own Crescent Garden.

 June 17 – Crescent Farm Horticulture

Explore horticulture at Crescent Farm. Tour our choices for low water lawn alternatives, California native ethnobotanic plants of our local indigenous tribes, arid climate orchard trees and native wildflowers! Get ideas for your home landscape from our New California Landscape. Growing tips will also be discussed.LA County Arboretum logo

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