SEMINAR SCHEDULE BY DAY

Click on any of the five days below to see what is scheduled by day.

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE BY STAGE

 

EVENT PAVILION STAGE

WEDNESDAY
March 16
THURSDAY
March 17
FRIDAY
March 18
SATURDAY
March 19
SUNDAY
March 20
10:45-11:30 John Bagnasco:
Save the Roses!
Debra Lee Baldwin:
Creative Succulent
Container Gardens
Linda Chalker-Scott:
How Plants Work:
Practical Plant Physiology
Jenny Peterson:
Entertaining in
the Garden
Apryl Uncapher:
The Ins and Outs
of Rain Gardens
12:00-12:45 Mark Weathington:
Slave to the Goddess
Flora: Plants & Plans from a Lazy Gardener
Shawna Coronado:
Living, Laughing & Gardening with Less Pain
David Mizejewski:
Attracting Birds,
Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife
Robin Stockwell:
Succulent Landscapes from Start to Finish
Lucy Warren & Greg Rubin:
Designing with California Native Plants
1:15-2:00 Debra Lee Baldwin:
Smart & Lovely
Succulent Landscapes
David Mizejewski:
Saving Pollinators
One Garden at a Time
Sharon Lovejoy:
California Gardens-
Glorious
Despite the Drought
Sharon Lovejoy:
Vest Pocket Gardens
Jenny Peterson:
The Garden that Heals
2:30-3:15 Johanna Silver:
The New Front Yard
Mark Weathington:
Life is Too Short for Boring Plants
Billy Goodnick:
Design Like a Pro (Demystify the Art of Garden Design)
Kate Frey:
Bee-Friendly Gardening
Toni Gattone:
You Can Garden For Life!
3:45-4:30 Mary-Kate Mackey:
Water Efficient Strategies
to Get the Most
from the Least
Saxon Holt:
Find the Photo In
Your Garden
David Perry:
Picture Perfect
Plant Portraits
Robert Kourik:
Healthy Roots for Greater Vegetable and Fruit Yields
4:30 Billy Goodnick:

Guided Tour: Tour the Garden Floor with Billy Goodnick

Meet at the center Garden Entrance

Billy Goodnick:

Guided Tour: Tour the Garden Floor with Billy Goodnick

Meet at the center Garden Entrance

 

SEQUOIA HALL STAGE

WEDNESDAY
March 16
THURSDAY
March 17
FRIDAY
March 18
SATURDAY
March 19
SUNDAY
March 20
10:30-11:15 Rizaniño Reyes:
Plant Propagation Basics
Linda Larson:
Potting Up Plants (History of Pots in the  Garden)
Janet Sluis:
Not Just Another Pretty Face – Multipurpose Plants for California Landscapes
Charlie Nardozzi:
City Gardening in Small Spaces
Bonnie-Jo Manion:
The Magic of Provence, Bringing Provence to Your Home and Garden
11:45-12:30 Ernesto Sandoval:
Growing & Propagating South African Bulbs
Sara Malone:
Discovering Foliage Gardening
Ann Ralph:
Fruit Tree Pruning De-mystified
Billy Krimmel:
Restoring Urban Ecosystems through Landscaping Addressing the Next Frontier in Species Conservation
Claire Splan:
De-myth-tifying Gardening
1:00-1:45 Lorene Edwards-Forkner:
A Grounded Garden – A Modern/Ancient Approach
Organic Mechanics, James Pettigrew & Sean Stout:
Tinkering with Tillandsias
Nan Sterman:
From Sustainability To Stewardship: New Insights From Old English Gardens
Pam Pierce:
Year-Round Food Gardening for Beginners
Sean O’Hara:
Our Mediterranean Climate – Understanding, Accepting, Embracing

MINI-COURSES

SMALL SPACE SOLUTIONS

THE WATER-WISE GARDEN

THE EDIBLE GARDEN

THE LAWN FREE GARDEN

THE NATIVE GARDEN

2:15-3:45

 

Susan Morrison:
Small Gardens, Big Impact
Nan Sterman:
Waterwise Gardening Basics
Stefani Bittner:
The Low-Water Edible Garden
Nicole Douglas:
‘LOSE YOUR LAWN! WATER-WISE DESIGN STRATEGIES’
Arlie Middlebrook:
An Urban Farm Model: Creating a Sustainable Regional Food System with an Ecology Based Approach
Shawna Coronado:
How To Grow 35 to 40 Organic Plants Within a Two-Square Foot Garden
Nicole Douglas:
Laundry-to-Landscape:  Is Greywater Right for You?
Charlie Nardozzi:
Foodscaping: Growing Beautiful Edibles in Your Landscape
Morgan Vondrak:
Designing Bay Friendly Landscapes
Janet Sluis:
The Ins and Outs of Native Gardens
Dan Heims:
Plants that Pay the Rent
Kermit Carter:
The World of Salvias
Benjamin Eichorn:
Edible Gardening Basics
Bob Hornback:
How to Grow COLOR Without Really Tryings
Greg Rubin:
Drought Defying California Landscapes
4:15-5:00 Jodi Torpey:
How to Grow Prize-Winning Produce
Linda Lenore:
Transforming Lives Through Landscape
Susie Vanderlip:
The World of Monarch Butterflies  – Everything You Ever Wanted to Know!
Patricia Smyth:
Creating Container Gardens with Japanese Maples 
 

FLOWER PAVILION STAGE

WEDNESDAY
March 16
THURSDAY
March 17
FRIDAY
March 18
SATURDAY
March 19
SUNDAY
March 20
10:30 Christina Stembel:
Farmgirl Flower School
Ariella Chezar:
The Joy of Working with Spring Flowers
Ariella Chezar:
Large-Scale Branch Arrangements
Terri Lynn Heath & Jennifer Ketring:
Garlands with CA Natives
Stephanie Bittner & Alethea Harampolis:
Edible and Beautiful Floral Arrangements
Noon Baylor Chapman:
Living Centerpieces: Floral  Arrangement with Plants
Baylor Chapman:
Vertical Arrangements with Plants & Flowers 
Carly Cylinder:
Best DIY Tips and Tricks from The Flower Chef
Kit Wertz:
Flowers For All: From Age 7 to 70+
Kit Wertz:
Successful Floral Design: Discover Two Foolproof Techniques
2:00 Teresa Sabankaya:
A Posy in your Pocket- Living with the Language of Flowers
Katherine Glazier:
Flower Arranging at Filoli – a National Trust for Historic Preservation Home
Teresa Sabankaya:
Bringing the Outdoors In
Susan Kelly:
Floral Arranging from the Grocery Store: How a Pro turns ordinary into extraordinary
Shannon Cosgrove-Rivas:
How to Design Using Only Textural Floral Materials
3:30 Rizaníño Reyes:
A Keepsake from My Garden: Creating Simple Arrangements from Your Garden as Gifts
Patricia Gibbons:
Create Drama with Contrasting Designs
Bruce Rogers:
The Best Orchids for Floral Design
Wendy Morck:
Flower Arranging at FILOLI – a National Trust for Historic Preservation House
Maryann Nardo:
Indoor Windowbox Arrangments Using Cut Flowers