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of the process, "Mow no Mo' " is a hands on tour where gardeners learn "how to" by using their shovels to carry out the four necessary steps and then visit two other gardens to see the outcome. One session will feature Livermore gardens, a second, gardens in Lafayette and Concord. A water wise tour in Berkeley focuses on how to install a gray water system, use the water in the garden and how to store and use rainwater.
Though spring gardens bring everyone out to enjoy bright colors and new foliage, fall marks the best season to plant natives, motivating Kathy Kramer, tour coordinator, to plan this offseason series of activities.
Between the plant sale extravaganza, the open gardens and the select tours, it's obvious that fall is not an idle month for gardening, especially for those who want to open their outdoor spaces to wildlife friendly, pesticide free, environmentally beautiful native plants.
At Oakland's East Bay Wilds, Oakland residents can sign up for a free rain barrel, along with purchasing some of the 400 kinds of natives available at this nursery.
The fall schedule includes a one day native plant sale extravaganza and open garden day and eight small group guided tours, with each focusing on a specific topic.
time the tour coordinator has opened her garden for the tour.
"It's a nice, varied collection of gardening opportunities," Kramer said.
prior registration. On this day, eight locations, in Berkeley, Concord, Moraga, Oakland, Orinda, Richmond, San Lorenzo and San Pablo, will offer a great selection of hard to find natives for sale, just in time for fall planting. Experts will be on hand to answer questions.
Each themed tour offers an in depth study of a particular topic including a landscape designer's work; year round color plant selection; gardening with nature; using gray water and rainwater; and removing lawns using sheet mulching.
Along with the plant sale, three private gardens will be open for viewing. These include one in Moraga, another in Orinda and the garden of Kathy Kramer and Mike May in San Pablo, marking the first Omega Watches De Ville
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No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour is looking ahead to sponsor a series of autumn Omega Constellation F300 events.
Fans of Liz Simpson, Kelly Marshall and Michael Thilgen can attend a "Meet the Designer" tour and spend the day visiting gardens each one has created.
Check out the East Bay fall native garden tour
As participants have come to expect from these well planned events, garden talks will be held at several open garden and plant sale sites. In Berkeley, the UC Botanical Garden will offer free admission with tour tickets and will offer natives for sale as well as two garden talks with advance registration and docent led tours of the California Native Area.
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