Del Mar Garden Club Plant Sale and Educational Garden Lecture to be held March 24

The Del  Mar Garden Club will hold an Educational Garden Lecture and Plant Sale on March 24 at the Del Mar Powerhouse Community Center.

The guest speaker will be Pat Welsh, author of Southern California Organic Gardening Month by Month( Chronicle Books, 2009 and 2013, updated).

Talk: 10 a.m.; Plant sale: 11 a.m.

Del Mar Powerhouse Community Center is located at 1700 Coast Blvd., Del Mar, 92014.

Questions?  Call or email Julie Hill, 858 259-2595;

Experts available for your garden questions.  Come and buy unique plants and garden art from the private gardens of Del Mar Garden Club members. Mary McBride will be selling her summer bulbs and Liz Youngflesh of Garden Glories Nursery will have available for sale her unusual Alstroemeria collection, and also the latest and greatest from Annie’s annuals. Linda Teague and Len Schoenfeld will contribute original garden sculptures and features.  Great prices too — the inventory has gone fast in the past so get there early and hear Pat Welsh, then embellish your garden with new earth-friendly energy!

Succulents, both usual and unusual, will be plentiful!

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