SDBG Partners with City of Encinitas to Care for and Restore Native Plants in Open Spaces

October 2020 by Tony Gurnoe, Director of Horticulture After decades of conservation and stewardship of native species within the Garden, SDBG has expanded that botanical expertise to an additional 15 acres of open space in Encinitas. In spring of 2020, the Garden partnered with the City of Encinitas to care for and restore open spaces […]

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Rare and Endangered Plants in Our Backyard

by Tony Gurnoe, Director of Horticulture January 2019 Sunsets are coming earlier and mornings are once again laden with dew here in Encinitas. Respite from long, hot summer days, prospects of rain, and the residual warmth held in the earth make this a perfect time to plant native species. California is home to more than […]

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