La Sala – Digging, Pulling, Bagging 30 year old Agapanthus
September 17, 2019
San Juan Capistrano Garden Club
Becoming a member of the Garden Club allows you to attend educational classes to improve your knowledge of Southern California Gardening. Our speakers are experts in their fields and provide a wealth of information.
As a non-profit 501c3 the Club seeks sponsors for a variety of philanthropic and community activities; scholarships for students at Saddleback, funding for the Dragon Garden at Del Obispo Elementary, assisting the National Forest Service in replanting of our burned hillsides and many other endeavors.
The nominal fee of $30 per year provides you with membership in, and the benefits of, the San Juan Capistrano Garden Club, The Orange County District Garden Clubs, the California State Garden Clubs, Inc. and the National Garden Clubs.
Please accept our invitation to attend our next general meeting at the San Juan Hills Golf Course, Banquet Room. Social begins at 9:30 with our program and guest speaker at 10:00 a.m. You may attend two meetings at no charge prior to becoming a member.
Visit our web-site calendar for exact date and speaker information www.sanjuancapistranogardenclub.com
Member Recognized for Water Saving
Congratulations to our member Linda Jones and her husband for being recognized by the South Coast Water District for the implementation of water saving techniques at their Dana Point home.
The Jones’ have a large property consisting of fruit trees, a vegetable garden, lawn and drought tolerant ornamentals. They contemporized their irrigation system by replacing old designed sprinklers and drip with direct target drip, tubing and micro-sprayers. They continued the saving effort by converting their front lawn to Dymondia a South African native from the Daisy family. This lawn alternative can take foot traffic and this author has even seen it used successfully in drive ways. Congratulations and thank you for setting a good example.