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Jun 19, 2020

Irvine vigil for George Floyd: candles, flowers and silence for 8 minutes, 46 seconds - OCRegister

Irvine have varied from a few dozen to 500, drawing local residents as well as from neighboring cities. David Qualm, a physician in San Juan Capistrano, was among the attendees Thursday. “I’m not working today and I just can’t sit still.” Near the vigil, some Woodbridge High School graduates – wearing their red caps and gowns – were taking photos under colorful bougainvillea and reflecting on the moment. “I went to my first protest ever two days ago,” said Leah Hoffpauer. “It’s strange to be graduating during this time.” Fellow Woodbridge graduate Tiffany Nguyen said: “This is a big milestone in our lives, but what is happening right now is a much bigger milestone in history. It’s surreal to be graduating with social injustice and protest as our backdrop.” Woodbridge High students Tiffany Nguyen, Leah Hoffpauer, Andrea de la Cruz and Hannah Cooper were taking graduation photos in Irvine, near a temporary shrine that went up in honor of George Floyd on Thursday, June 4, 2020. It’s a strange time to celebrate their graduation, they said. “I feel like we want to celebrate, but it’s hard,” de la Cruz said. In Minneapolis, Floyd was eulogized Thursday during a service that was televised live to a global audience and featured celebrities, members of Congress and civil rights leaders. Across Orange County, at least five demonstrations and vigils were scheduled for Thursday, as protests continue across the nation in the wake of Floyd’s death while in police custody May 25. Four Minneapolis police officers, all fired from their jobs, now face charges after one of them knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes while the other three looked on. Two autopsies concluded that Floyd’s heart stopped beating during the police restraint and compression of his neck. The officer’s knee on Floyd’s neck is a metaphor for the black community’s experience, the Rev. Al Sharpton said during Thursday’s memorial service in Minneapolis. “The reason we could never be who we wanted to be and dreamed of being is you kept your knee on our neck,” Sharpton said. “It’s time for us to stand up in George’s name and say, ‘Get your knee off our necks.’” ...

Feb 1, 2020

Friendship and Flowers - The Post

Rekstad and a sticker. All donations go toward Solid Rock International, a clinic that services the impoverished in the San Juan Valley of the Dominican Republic. “What we want people to get out of the music is it's something that we really care about, something we want to pursue,” Lawrence said. “It's something that we want to share and, hopefully, give some people some food for thought and help ‘em connect with one another and maybe themselves in a different way.” Lawrence said Ready Aim Flowers owes its morale and local success to Josh Brown, the music booking coordinator for Casa Nueva Restaurant and Cantina, 6 W. State St., where the band will be performing on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 9 p.m. “Josh at Casa really gave us a boost,” Lawrence said. “He just really believed in us and encouraged us a lot and kept hooking...

Dec 18, 2019

New Pilot Program Helps Southern California Grow Native Plants -

Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, Dana Point, and San Juan Capistrano. A leader in conservation and environmental protection, Moulton Niguel maintains the lowest average water bill in South Orange County.

Nov 9, 2019

Here's an easy landscaping guide to the best native plants - Los Angeles Times

National Park Service to work with other native plant promoters in Southern California: the Tree of Life Nursery in San Juan Capistrano, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont and the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden in Santa Barbara.The grant provided a facilitator, Patrick Johnston, “who was the soul of patience,” said Lili Singer, director of special projects at Theodore Payne. “Getting everybody to agree on a list of plants was a game-stopper for me, but he helped us step by step through the process. We hoped it would take 18 months, but from the time of our first conference call to the time the finished cards arrived, it took three years.”Ultimately the group decided to create a series of flash cards “about the size and shape of an iPhone 6,” said Mike Evans, founder of the Tree of Life Nursery. “They’re like a deck of cards with a hole punched in the corner, and a ring to hold them together, but you can take them apart and spread them out on a table to see what plants go with other plants. They don’t replace a website or great books on the shelf; they’re just easier to carry around and use for planning.”Singer wrote most of the text, with editing and contributions by Evans. And Carlos Flores, a Theodore Payne volunteer and National Park Service employee, created the design and made all the translations into Spanish. Advertisement The organizers “had quite a lively discussion about whether the text should also be in Spanish,” Connolly said. “There was pushback from people who wanted more info about each plant in English, but the landscape industry in Southern California is largely staffed with people who speak Spanish. We wanted to create a way for everyone to be able to talk about these native plants.”This way, she said, the cards provide a bridge for Spanish-speaking gardeners and their English-speaking clients to more easily discuss the kinds of native plants they want to add to the yard.And while the cards are relatively small, they pack a lot of information. You can tell at a glance how tall and wide a particular plant will grow, when it blooms, how quickly it grows, what birds and animals it attracts and how much water and sun it needs to thrive.The cards aren’t a definitive list of Southern California native plants. They don’t include milkweed, for instance. But the decision was to create an entry-level guide that features some of the showiest plants in the native palette. “Milkweed is a very important habitat plant but it’s not m...

Oct 10, 2019

Gardening datebook: Giving away free buckwheat plants to help save butterflies in Orange County - Los Angeles Times

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. Advertisement 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 Beautiful” is the topic of this month’s meeting of the Southern California Garden Club in San Fernando. The speaker is Jim Fitzpatrick, a certified camellia judge, member of the South California Camellia Council and longtime camellia grower. 9:30 a.m. at the Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd., Encino. socalgardennclub.orgOct. 17“Marrying Home and Landscape,” a panel discussion sponsored by the Italian furniture company Flexform about how to design synergistic living spaces that extend outside the home. Architectural Digest West Coast Editor Mayer Rus will moderate the panel that includes architect Ron Radziner, landscape architects Judy Kameon and David Godshall and designer Roman Alonso. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. with cocktails following until 9 p.m. at the Leica Gallery, 8783 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood. Admission is free, RSVP to Coast Rose Society hosts a rose Q&A with answers from a panel of the club’s consulting rosarians (rose experts), 7 p.m. at the South Coast Botanic Garden, 26300 Crenshaw Blvd., Rolling Hills Estates. southcoastbotanicgarden.orgOct. 19Meadow Planting workshop at the L.A. Arboretum. Crescent Farms staff members Leigh Adams and John Latsko explain how to grow a meadow from seed using native and compatible flowers. Free to arboretum members and non-members who pay $9 general admission fee ($6 seniors and students with ID). 10 a.m. to noon at the arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin Ave. in Arcadia. arboretum.orgThe wildflowers of Western South Africa is the topic of this month’s meeting of the Southern California Daylily and Bulb Society, with a travelogue and photos by Tom Glavich, owner of the Skyview Succulents nursery...

Apr 27, 2019

Earth Day was colorful at Mission San Juan Capistrano - OCRegister

Mission San Juan Capistrano hosted its first Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 20.Visitors were greeted with a butterfly presentation, tours of the fruit trees and gardens, basket weaving demonstrations and family activities. Also awaiting guests was a kaleidoscope of colors in the mission’s gardens, which are still in full bloom. Ellen Sue Schneider, left, a descendent of the Juane–o Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation, teaches Cassandra Bauccio and her daughter, Sophia Bauccio, 7, of San Clemente Native American basket weaving techniques during the first annual Earth Day Celebration at Mission San Juan Capistrano on Saturday, April 20, 2019. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer) Clive Park, 18 months, of Brea stops to admire a Monarch Butterfly as it lands on a flower in the garden at Mission San Juan Capistrano during an Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 20, 2019. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsJa...


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