Native plants are attractive, functional and beneficial additions to the landscape and support local wildlife including mammals, birds and insects. Planting techniques and maintenance will be discussed, particularly to optimize the benefits of the plants.The presentation will include specific examples of appropriate shrubs and trees for landscape planting.Recommendations of references will be included.
The presentation will be approximately 1 hour in length with ample time for questions during and after the presentation.
About the Speaker
Renee Stover is a Senior Master Gardener Volunteer. She has been part of the Orange County program for over 25 years. She is particularly interested in environmental and social justice aspects of gardening. Renee lives in Fair Oaks where she tends multiple gardens, concentrating on native plants. She has many pets, including a dog, a few cats, chickens, an old sheep and a young feisty goat.
Participants will earn 2 CE credits in sustainability. In-person programs are not recorded. Click here to acceess the RCLS code of conduct.
The snow date for this program is Wednesday, January 18.