November Native Plant Sale at Mission Blue Nursery set for November 23rd; Special Talk on Water Features at 11am

South San Francisco, CA   November 6, 2019 Submitted by San Bruno Mountain Watch

November Native Plant Sale at Mission Blue Nursery!

Saturday, November 23rd, 9am to 2pm. “Water Features”

 

Join us on Saturday, November 23rd at our Mission Blue Nursery in Brisbane for our next plant sale! We will be open from 9am to 2pm. Visit our native plant sale page for more information; the inventory list will be posted next week. (3435 Bayshore Blvd Brisbane, CA 94005 map )

The theme of the sale is “Water Features.” Enjoy a talk at 11am about an easy way to bring water features into your gardens and encourage plants that favor damp areas.

 

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All of Mission Blue Nursery’s plants are sourced directly from the hills, canyons, ridges, meadows, creeks, and dunes of San Bruno Mountain. Welcome the mountain and wildlife into your garden while you support the restoration and education programs of San Bruno Mountain Watch.

Can’t make it on November 23rd? Set up a plant sale by appointment and visit us at your convenience! We will have availability for plant sale appointments beginning in December.

To get inspired about growing natives in your garden – check out the California Native Plant Society’s Gardening Program, whose mission is to support and encourage the use of California natives. And be sure to visit our Why Garden with Natives? page where you’ll find some good advice and links to native gardening resources.

You can get paid to transform your yard by replacing a water-thirsty lawn with water-efficient landscaping. Check out the Lawn be Gone! program by the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA). The San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program has partnered with the BAWSCA to help residents purchase rain barrels. Check out their Rain Barrel Rebate Program.

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