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Wildflower Seed Collecting and Picnic

Apr 27, 2015

DSC_0058The Mediterranean Garden Society of Southern California invites the public to bring a picnic to Arlington Garden and take a wildflower seed-collecting workshop on May 16th.

Mayitos Dinos designed the Arlington Garden in Pasadena and she will be present to explain the garden’s genesis and evolution. Garden volunteers will collect wildflower seeds for next year’s garden, as well as yours!

Afterwards, lunch! Bring your own picnic, though drinks will be provided. And don’t forget your garden gloves and clippers…

Arlington honey and marmalade will be available for purchase, too!

Wildflower Seed-Collecting Workshop & Picnic
Saturday, May 16th, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Arlington Garden, 275 Arlington Dr., Pasadena 91105
Suggested contribution: $10, members; $15, non-members
For more info, visit MediterraneanGardenSociety.org
Or ArlingtonGardenInPasadena.org

 

Photo courtesy of Arlington Gardens

Photo courtesy of Arlington Gardens

 

We will attest that our parents’ backyard has become an oasis of the wildflower Eschscholzia Californica simply because of the bees and wind.

 

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Did you know…

The bright orange California Poppy wildflower was named for doctor-naturalist Johann Friedrich Gustav von Eschscholtz who was the surgeon for the Russian expedition team that dropped anchor in San Francisco in 1815 in a bay surrounded by hills covered with the golden flowers. The wild flowers were designated the state flower of California in 1903, and now are protected by state law prohibiting anyone from picking or destroying. (OutsidePride.com)

 

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