Cleaning and Sharpening Your Garden Tools
Orange County Rose Society, Thursday, February 3, 7 pm to 8 pm, online.
OCRS Master Rosarian Kathy Monge will be presenting a virtual primer on cleaning and sharpening your gardening tools, just in time to help you get through the pruning season! The program will be on-line using GoToMeeting. The log-in codes are included below Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone by going to:
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Bugs: Destructives, Beneficials, and Benigns
Marin Rose Society, Tuesday, February 8, 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm – ZOOM meeting Topic
Speaker will be Joe Truskot, ARS Master Rosarian, and president of the Monterey Bay Rose Society. Joe has been growing roses in his garden in Salinas since 1993 with experience cultivating more than 300 different varieties and cultivars including hybrid teas, floribundas, miniatures, old garden and species roses, and several forms of climbing roses. He was Consulting Rosarian of the year for NCNH in 2016 and is a frequent lecturer at rose societies and garden clubs. As the host of “In the Garden” on KSQD Santa Cruz, a weekly garden show, he covers just about everything to do with plants. In this evening’s program, Joe will be sharing a new presentation which is a result of his experience as well as recent research. There should be something for every gardener and we look forward to “seeing” you all there.
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California Native Garden Design
Online Workshop Saturday, March 5, 2022. Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Hosted by Waterwise Community Center Chino Water Basin. Learn how to design your own California native plant garden paradise. About this event Gardens using California native plants can be gorgeous, easy to maintain, full of color and habitat for birds and pollinators, and often only require water once a month once established. Come learn why native gardens are a great choice and the basics of designing your own. Gardening with native plants does not mean you have to grow only native plants. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/california-native-garden-design-online-workshop-registration-225440056277?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
Power of Pollinators
Here is a link to the video recording of this excellent workshop on the Power of Pollinators to all members of the Temecula Valley Garden Club. If you missed the presentation on January 27th, you still have a chance to view it. Just click on the link below. It will take you to the presentation, but note there was a 1-minute false start at the beginning that you can forward through.
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American Rose Society Consulting Rosarian Classes
All are invited. The ARS will be having weekly rosarian classes in February starting with soil and water February 5. Please check schedule and registration requirements at https://www.rose.org/ and check the February calendar.
Also, ARS has an encore of their New Roses for 2022 webinar -Watch the free online course featuring the latest information about new rose introductions for 2022. View the webinar and watch others here: https://www.rose.org/webinars.