October 13, 2018 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Theodore Payne Foundation Classroom
10459 Tuxford Street
Sun Valley CA 91352

In Southern California, fall is prime time for sowing wildflower seed in the garden, and our famed spring-blooming annuals provide an array of colors and forms—and perform well in many garden spaces, from meadows and mixed beds to borders and containers. You’ll gather tips and tricks on soil preparation, design concepts and sowing techniques, watering and cultivation, and enjoy an illustrated overview of the instructor’s most-beloved species.

Genevieve is TPF’s Seed Program Manager and an aficionada of local wildflower species in her own garden and in their natural wild habitats.