October 10, 2009 (El Cajon)--Do watering restrictions put a damper on your gardening enthusiasm? The City of El Cajon’s Community Development Department hosts a workshop Tuesday afternoon on how to landscape your home during this time of heightened water conservation. To author and gardening designer Scott Calhoun, working with drought conditions is exciting and can take gardens in new unexpected directions. Hiss presentation is not just about planting tougher plants and using more efficient irrigation methods, it’s all about creating stunning beauty in harsh situations.
This class showcases some of the dynamic and thrifty strategies he uses in the hottest and driest environments in the country, and get some ideas on how to apply them in your own garden. The workshop will be held Tuesday, October 13th, in the City Council Chambers ladjacent to City Hall at 200 Civic Center Way, in El Cajon. Registration is 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., and the workshop is from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Those in attendance may also fill out a San Diego County Water Authority "20-gallon Challenge" survey; these survey cards will then be entered into a drawing for many donated gift cards, tickets, and passes to local business and entertainment venues. Limit one card per household.
Reservations required due to limited seating, please call (619) 441-1698. For more information please call (619) 441-1741.
For more information on author and landscape designer Scott Calhoun, visit his website at www.zonagardens.com.