Summer Virtual Lecture Series – July 8

Scot Pipkin
July 8, 2022
5:30PM - 6:30PM

California’s Native Plants – Creating Habitat for Butterflies, Bees and Birds

Do you ever find yourself looking at birds out the window? Are you fascinated by watching insects hop from plant to plant? This virtual lecture is for you! Join us for a presentation by the Garden’s Director of Education and Engagement, Scot Pipkin who will talk about the importance of native plants for creating habitat and how to attract butterflies, bees, birds, and an array of other beautiful and beneficial wildlife to your yard.

Registration for this virtual event is $10 Garden members/$12 for non-members. The Zoom link will be sent to participants shortly before each lecture.

When you register for this event, please be sure to verify your Garden membership to receive the discounted rate.

Our next lecture in this series will be Friday, August 19

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