6333 Pacific Avenue #246
Stockton, CA 95207-3713
To promote an interest in horticulture, gardening, landscape, floral design, pollinators, birds, and aquatic life; to develop an appreciation of the natural beauty of California; to encourage civic beautification; to assist in preservation and conservation of our natural resources.
Our President's Project for 2021-2023 is to create a habitat garden. We obtained a 28'x75' parcel and will plant California Native plants and nectar sources to help our struggling pollinators. We also plan to have a bird bath, a brush pile, a rock pile, and a puddling area. Not only will we be providing food and shelter for insects and birds, but we will be using less water, and educating the public on lawn-free gardening options. Join us as we make our journey towards a more sustainable landscape and a "Homegrown National Park".
(See Doug Tallamy's website: homegrownnationalpark.org)
These native plants have already been planted: Epilobium canum,
Heuchera, Ceanothus, Eriogonum latifolium, Asclepias fascicularis,
Achillea millefolium, Echinacea purpurea, Lupinus albifrons, Ribes
sanguineum, Monardella villosa, Asclepias speciosa, and Woodwardia
D O N O R S
Stockton Garden Club $200
Landscape Design School
Dorothy Wagy $5
Philomathean Club $100
Plant Swap Bouquets $80
Berni Hendrix $50
Thank you so much for your generous contributions to our project!