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The SaddleBrooke/ SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners Spring 2019 Plant Sale will be held on Thursday, March 21st at 11 AM. The location for the plant sale is on the patio at the MountainView clubhouse at SaddleBrooke.
The Master Gardeners have been nurturing many varieties of plants which will sell at very reasonable prices to enhance your landscape. These plants will add beauty and work well in your desert garden.
Come join us, and help support our mission of education and assistance to our local residents with their home gardening needs.
Cash and checks only please. Sorry, no debit/credit cards.
If questions, can call or email, Ellen Sosin at firstname.lastname@example.org, cell: 781-784-6827
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PLANT
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PLANT SALE
You are invited to attend "Artistically Designing Container Gardens" presented by Tim Malone on Thursday, March 21 at 1 PM, West Ballroom of MountainView in SaddleBrooke following the spring plant sale. Plant sale begins at 11:00 AM.
Learn the fundamental elements of design as applied to your favorite garden container arrangements and placement. This presentation will combine practical principles along with theories of design. For this presentation Tim has combined Elements of Basic Design and Principles of Floral Design with practical container gardening visual examples.
Tim, one of our own Master Gardeners, has been a lifelong gardener and Floraculturist. His contributions to the floral industry earned him an Honorary Induction into the American Academy of Florists in 1984.
No registration needed. Open seating. For more information, please contact Zann Wilson at 219-263-3261 or email@example.com.
Pima Count MG Plant
Saturday, April 6th 8:00-11:00 a.m.
·Strawberry, blackberry, and several varieties of tomato plants.
Trees including fig and pomegranate, apphire dragon, moringa, purple orchid, Mexican fan palms, and mesquite.
Butterfly attractors including Gregg's Mistflower and Pineleaf Milkweed.
Hummingbird attractors such as Autumn Sage, and Parry's Penstemon.
Herbs including spearmint, Italian oregano, and I'itoi's onions.
Ground covers including ice plant, rain lily, bulbine, angelita daisy, and purple heart.
Adeniums grown from seed! And a wide variety of cacti and other succulents.
In addition to plants, pick up quality compost, used pots and garden
Cash and checks only. Sorry, no credit/debit cards
Registration is recommended so handouts can be prepared for all attendees. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis.
Food Product & Safety Lab Auditorium. The address is
2019 Schedule - Registration Links will be provided when available.
March 9: Citrus Trees presented
by Deb North
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Daily admission not required to just buy plants.
Regular admission is required to tour the gardens. $15 for Adults. Free
to Arboretum members.
All are Pima County MG Presentations from 1:30 to
Gardening for the Birds
March 15, 2019
Insects in our Gardens
April 5, 2019
Cactus and Succulents
Friday, April 15, 2019
General Public: Sat/Sun, March 23/24 | 9am - 5pm/10am - 4pm
Don't miss access to over 1,200 species of cacti, succulents, shrubs,
trees, and flowers.
Urban Garden Festival and Plant
The Urban Garden Festival +
Save The Date
SB/SBR MG plant
May 31, 2019
April13,2019 Pima MG Home and Garden Tour
* The term SaddleBrooke is meant to be inclusive of HOA 1, HOA 2 (including the Preserve) and SaddleBrooke Ranch.
Photo Credits: Lyle Larson, Debbie Muise, Elissa