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Winter Events at Tree of Life Nursery

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Winter Events at Tree of Life Nursery

Wreath Making With Native Plants Workshop
This Saturday December 6, 2014!

white door wreathAn annual tradition here at Tree of Life Native Plant Nursery, come celebrate the holiday season with your own handmade wreath fashioned out of California native plant material!  Craftswoman Hilda Evans will instruct two workshops this December and you are welcome to participate in the fun.

Saturday December 6, 2014

Session I: 10:00 am - 12:00pm
Session II: 2:00 pm - 4:00pm

Cost: $35.00 per wreath
*Walk-Ins Welcome, Registration recommended*

You are welcome to pay and register for multiple participants in this workshop. One participant may make up to two wreaths and must pay for each wreath. Limit two wreaths per participant.

Register via PayPal (Click Here)
*No refunds for No Shows or Cancellations with less than 24 hour notice
*This event will take place rain or shine.

*Walk-ins welcome, but class space (and plant materials) are limited, so first come, first served.

Ceanothus Louis Edmunds
Arctostaphyos Lester Rowntree

Saturday December 13, 2014
9:30 AM - Ceanothus and Manzanita: California's Evergreen Winter Beauties

Come learn about our winter blooming natives: Ceanothus, also known as California Wild Lilac; and, Arctostaphylos, also known as Manzanita! These plants offer the native gardener steady year round foliage, and in the winter months, these two plant species SHINE. Ceanothus comes with flowers ranging from bright blue to white, and Manzanitas have pink or white flowers and a signature stunning red bark that is sure to please year round. Both are pleasing to many pollinators including hummingbirds and butterflies. These two species do best planted in the cool season - so come learn about the varieties we have available and get them planted in your garden!!


Saturday December 20, 2014
10:00 AM-1:00 PM - Music, Tastings and Gifts on Sale

Join us for the Last Saturday before the Christmas Holiday. We'll have samples out for tasting and items will be on sale for some last minute Christmas shopping. Join us at the most relaxing Christmas shopping stop on your list.

casa la paz gifts

We are closed some days over the Christmas and New Year Holidays, Please see our Holiday Hours HERE.

NEW YEAR RESOLUTION 2015: Save Water!

Join us in January for another session of the Replace Your Lawn with Native Plants Workshop Series.
Saturdays in January starting January 10, 2015!

Last Updated on Friday, 05 December 2014 13:57
 

City of San Clemente Pilot Program

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City of San Clemente Water Pilot Program: Design Assistance Rebate

SoCal WaterSmart Rebates...
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If you are thinking about removing your lawn and replacing it with native plants, all Orange County residents are welcome to cash in on reimbursements for lawn replacements at up to $2 per square foot through Municipal Water District of Orange County, (MWDOC). The MWDOC rebate is for new projects removing turf and replacing with water efficient landscaping, apply for your rebate BEFORE removing or killing your lawn. (Here’s the website for details on that rebate program.)

Pilot Program Reimburses City of San Clemente Water Customers $30 for Design Assistance provided by Tree of Life Nursery’s Designers in Residence.

Attention Residents of the City of San Clemente!
This just in: City of San Clemente Water customers can cash in on reimbursements for design consultations at Tree of Life Nursery in addition to the MWDOC square foot rebate program. In order to help their customers save water, the City of San Clemente has partnered with Tree of Life Nursery to create a simple and straightforward pilot program providing their customers assistance as they convert thirsty turf into beautiful native gardens.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:19 Read more...
 

Avoid Traffic at Ortega Hwy!

Exit on Camino Capistrano if you're headed Northbound on I-5, or Juniperro Serra if you're headed Southbound to avoid congestion at the I-5/SR-74 (Ortega Highway) interchange. Please see our article for information HERE. Or, DOT official information HERE.

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