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Mar 19, 2020
Baldwin Lake Pebble Plain Wildflower Walks Begin Friday - kbhr933
Mountains Foundation. The reserve serves as a place for visitors to explore and learn about pebble plain environments that are unique to the San Bernardino National Forest.
Oct 10, 2019
It's fall, which means it's prime plant sale time in Southern California - Los Angeles Times
Oxford Road, San Marino. huntington.orgNov. 2California Native Plant Sale by the Riverside-San Bernardino Chapter of the California Native Plant Society promises popular and easy-care native plants, seeds and bulbs plus experts who can answer questions about lawn alternatives, habitat gardens and general garden advice. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District, 4500 Glenwood Drive in Riverside. CNPS members get a 10% discount. riverside-sanbernardino.cnps.orgNov. 2-3California Native Plant Sale at the Fullerton Arboretum offers more than 100 plant Mediterranean, drought-resistant plant varieties propagated by arboretum volunteers and staff. Free admission and parking, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., members get early admission at 9 a.m. fullertonarboretum.org
If you have a plant-related class, garden tour or other event you’d like us to mention, email firstname.lastname@example.org — at least three weeks in advance — and we may include it. Send a high-resolution horizontal photo, if possible, and tell us what we’re seeing and whom to credit. Oct 10, 2019
Gardening datebook: Giving away free buckwheat plants to help save butterflies in Orange County - Los Angeles Times
Chino Basin Water Conservation District. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Waterwise Community Center, 4594 San Bernardino St. in Montclair. cbwcd.org
Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers & Native Plants Fire-wise Garden Tour: Tujunga to Glendale includes two pre-tour talks on home hardening and fire-wise landscaping from 9 to 11 a.m. at Theodore Payne, 10459 Tuxford St., in Sun Valley, as well as self-guided tours of three home gardens, two fire stations with native plant gardens and the Sunland-Tujunga Welcome Nature Garden from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pre-registration required. $12 for members, $18 non-members. theodorepayne.orgThe San Fernando Valley Rose Society Annual Rose Auction & Potluck starts with a potluck at 1 p.m. in the Robert M. Wilkinson Multipurpose Senior Center, 8956 Vanalden Ave. in Northridge, where visitors can inspect the roses, tools and other items that will be auctioned off to benefit the organization. The potluck is open to all who bring a dish to share. Admission is free. sfvroses.orgThe Laguna Beach Smartscape Expo includes a buckwheat plant giveaway by the Orange County chapter of the California Native Plant Society, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Laguna Beach County Water District, 306 3rd Street, Laguna Beach. This is the second of four giveaways planned in October to distribute about 1,500 4-inch “Dana Point” California buckwheat plants grown by the Tree of Life Nursery in San Juan Capistrano. The free plants are available to Orange County homeowners. buckwheatbringsbutterflies.comThe L.A. Arboretum’s Botany Bootcamp is a comprehensive full-day session that introduces participants to the terminology, concepts and structures needed to identify the seven most common plant families at the arboretum. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pre-registration required: $65 members, $75 non-members. The class also requires a book, “How to Identify Plants” and a 10-30X illuminated jewelers loupe. arboretum.org
Oct. 13South Coast Cactus & Succulent Society features longtime succulent grower Gunnar Eisel speaking about the challenges of growing two species of astrophytum, a.k.a. star cactus — A. myriostigma (bishop’s cap) and A. asterias (silver dollar). 1 p.m. in the South Coast Botanic Garden, 26300 Crenshaw Blvd., Rolling Hills Estates. southcoastcss.orgOct. 15“How to Grow Camellias and Keep Them Looking B... Mar 8, 2018
On the Road: Wildflower blooms, scenery in the desert
Mojave yucca and the strange Cholla cactus. We never imagined such creations. In the park’s westernmost section, above 4,000 feet, the Little San Bernardino Mountains offer habitat for Pinyan Pine and Juniper.Other destinations in California that offer wildflower blooms and evocative desert finery include the huge Anza Borrego Desert State park, south of Palm Springs; the Carrizo Plain National Monument (take the Interstate 5 exit at Buttonwillow and go west on Highway 58); and Pinnacles National Park, 30 miles south of Hollister (more on those parks in the future). Be sure to take a camera, binoculars and sunscreen, a hat, plenty of water and snacks for hiking.Where to stay: In Death Valley, for lodging inside the park, Panamint Springs, Stovepipe Wells and Furnace Creek offer both lodging and camping. Additional smaller campgrounds dot the park; most are first come, first served. For Joshua Tree, motels are found in Twentynine Palms, and lovely campgrounds are situated at impressive locations inside the park.For more information: Carrizo Plain National Monument, blm.gov/nlcs_web/sites/ca/st/en/prog/nlcs/Carrizo_Plain_NM.html, (805) 475-2131; Death Valley National Park, nps.gov/deva, (760) 786-3200; Joshua Tree National Park, nps.gov/jotr; or phone (760) 367-5500; Pinnacles National Park, nps.gov/pinn; (831) 389-4486. Camping at federal campgrounds can be booked through recreation.gov, (877) 444-6777.Contact Tim Viall at email@example.com or follow at recordnet.com/travelblog. (Stockton Record)Mar 8, 2018
Hutton Community Center to host Garden Festival and Flower Show ...
Now in its sixth year, the Inland Empire Master Gardeners Club of Colton, the Riverside-San Bernardino County Orchid Society, and the Riverside Flower Show Association have combined forces to not only display beautiful flower/garden arrangements, but award prizes, and offer several instructional sessions for gardening enthusiasts.Whether you are a seasoned veteran of horticulture, or an aspiring novice, this Garden Festival and Flower Show will have much to offer. The sessions include Care of the Gift Orchid, Succulents and Cactus, Planting with Kids, and Water Saving Irrigation systems.Experienced gardening experts will lead the sessions, and have planned to provide valuable information, answer questions, and include some practical “hands on” activities.Several vendors and local gardeners will be on-hand to offer several smaller potted plants for sale, as well as making available various supplies and important information.This annual garden festival, boutique and flower show event is one of the “hidden gems” of our city and anyone who is interested in flowers, plants, and gardening should plan on attending, and if you are so inclined, participating in the sessions.The Garden Festival and Flower Show is Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lawrence Hutton Community Center, 660 Colton Ave, Colton, CA.For more information about the Garden Festival and Flower Show contact Ro... (The Inland Empire Community)Aug 10, 2017
Concern is expressed over arrest of Fontana woman who was selling flowers
Mendez-Medrano was already subdued.According to Emilio Garcia, executive director of the San Bernardino Community Resource Center, the “excessive” force used by the officer cannot be justified.“The woman was trying to make a living … that was her only crime. The use of force is excessive and unnecessary," Garcia said. “Law enforcement should use its resources to go after dangerous criminals, not to harass and arrest street vendors."The Riverside County Sheriff's Department said in a press release that the incident occurred after Mendez-Medrano refused to cooperate with the officer and that she even attempted to flee the location. Authorities said that the officer acted appropriately.“Our officer repeatedly told Ms. Mendez-Medrano why she was being detained, and that she could not go without being issued a citation. After giving several fake names, attempting to leave, and pushing the officer away, our officer attempted to arrest Ms. Mendez-Medrano for violating the city ordinance and obstructing justice,” the Sheriff's Department said. “When Ms. Mendez-Medrano resisted our officer’s efforts to gain her cooperation, a very brief physical struggle ensued before she was taken into custody.”The Sheriff's Department said the video “does not have the full context or content of the incident."Authorities added that on that day, about 15 other street vendors were cited for illegally selling flowers on the street and that it was only Mendez-Medrano who refused to cooperate.On a video recorded by the group Citlalli del Movimiento Mexica, Mendez-Medrano thanked the community for the support and urged authorities to end racism.“Good evening, I am the flower lady who was attacked by police. I want to thank everybody for the support. My case is not unique, but enough is enough. Racism should stop. We need to speak up to defend our rights. Thanks for the support,” said Mendez-Medrano.According to activist Nican Tlaca Cihuah, Mendez-Medrano is considering th... (Fontana Herald-News)
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