Master Gardener Hotline . . . Monday-Friday, (858) 822-6910 www.mastergardenerssandiego.org. These well trained experts, once certified, donate time to educating with their seminars and workshops, as well as through this hotline. Office: (858) 822-7711
www.themulch.comis an online website that provides much information on plant care, tips and facts. It provides experts to answer you questions and special offers from various companies. You can have them draw up a personalized monthly plant care calendar. Carlsbad Garden Club is a member and you can join individually as well.
The Water Conservation Garden: 12122 Cuyamaca College Drive West El Cajon, CA 92019 619.660.0614 x10 http://www.thegarden.org Elizabeth Ramos 619.985.8337 email@example.com Beside the website, tours can be arranged to cover the campus which includes a variety of landscapes deigned to show what grows best in southern CA
Horticultural Helpline "Water Smart Pipeline has new message option" The Water Conservation Garden’s Water Smart Pipeline is now accessible to the public 24 hours a day. Callers may record their questions day or night on the “Pipeline’s” voice mail, and will get a return phone call from local gardening expert, Nan Sterman, author of TheCalifornia Gardener’s Guide,Volume 2, and host of the television gardening program, “A Growing Passion”. Popular since its debut, the horticultural help is designed to answer people’s questions about how to garden in the current water shortage fraught with supply restrictions and rate increases. Callers can reach the Pipeline at (866)962 7021, and if their call is not answered immediately, they will get a return phone call during Pipeline business hours on Tuesdays from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm and Thursdays from 1:00pm to 4:30pm. Initial funding for the Water Smart Pipeline comes from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust. Information about the Water Conservation Garden and all of its water smart landscaping programs can be found at www.thegarden.org
Grangetto's also has a website which provides information on various workshops and club activities, and coupons. They have a monthly newsletter. You can join individually.
The Agri Service Team has a website www.agriservice.com for information on products for your lawn and garden and on their home grown gardening classes.
Evergreen Nursery also has a websitewww.evergreennursery.com which provides all kinds of information as well as a schedule for their seminars. The nearest location for us is in Oceanside, where I take the hard black pots (sizes 1, 5, and 15 galloon) and flats as a fundraising and recycling activity for the Club.
Weidners Gardens, "The Garden Show Place" ( www.weidners.com), Andersons La Costa Nursery (www.andersonslacostanursery.com), PlantPlay Nursery and Design Center (plantplaynursery.com, and Armstrongs (armstronggarden.com) also have websites. Check these out for suggestions and coupons.
The Carlsbad Garden Club is a 501(c)3 Club #CO776898, and our FEIN is #77-0720491
All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.