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Growing Proteas in Bay Area Gardens (212-1080)
with Jeff Rosendale

Sat, Jun 13, 10:00am--1:00pm

This class has been cancelled, please check 'course Catalog' for re-scheduling
and new classes. Thank you.


Learn how you can add exotic flavor to your garden with beautiful species of the genera protea, leucospermum, leucadendron, banksia and grevillea!

Jeff Rosendale, owner of Sierra Azul and Rosendale Nurseries in Watsonville, returns to San Francisco Botanical Garden with a new workshop on growing plants in the family proteacea.

Jeff has been professionally growing many varieties of this family for the past 25 years, and will draw on his wealth of experience to impart the important fundamentals and some detailed intricacies of the cultivation of proteas in Bay Area and Central and North Coast gardens and landscapes. Jeff's lecture will reference a gorgeous selection of slides and live specimens.

The workshop will be accompanied by an enticing offering of plants for sale!

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P. Nerifolia "Pink Mink"

Instructor Jeff Rosendale
Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $55.00; nonmembers $65.00 
Notes Sat, Jun 13, 10:00am--1:00pm  
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