On the second Thursday of each month, we invite speakers to present a talk or program about their area of expertise. When we are able to hold in-person meetings, admission is free for members, children, and students with ID, and $5 for non-members. Meetings also include expert discussion of plants brought in to the Plant Forum table, and we often have Plant Raffles. Plants, used and new books and magazines are usually for sale at the meetings. For more information about the Society, please see our About SCHS page.
Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 7:30 pm PST
In November, as planting season is in full swing, the Southern California Horticultural Society will be hosting a webinar program by Dennis Mudd, a self-taught native plant enthusiast, who founded the Calscape website in 2010 with the goal of enabling small scale nature restoration efforts in California.
In 2014, Mudd donated Calscape to the California Native Plant Society and led development of the site in partnership with CNPS and the Jepson eFlora group at UC Berkeley until 2019. Calscape is currently the largest California native plant website with over two million unique users.
Currently, Mudd is the co-director of the Smart Food Foundation, a non-profit that provides healthy food, cooking and nutrition education to low-income communities in San Diego.
The webinar will begin at 7:00 pm PST with Announcements, followed by the Plant Forum at 7:15 pm
The Lecture and Q&A begin at 7:30 pm / Register here!
If you have been enjoying our monthly webinars and would like to help support the SCHS until we can meet again in-person, please consider donating any amount you feel you can. Even better, become a member, with levels beginning as low as $15. for the year. You can find details about the various levels of membership on our website at: www.socalhort.org/membership.
Thank you for your attention - we always appreciate your support!
In these uncertain times, we hope everyone can find some solace
in the beauty of gardens and nature around us.
The Southern California Horticultural Society condemns violence and injustice toward any person based on race, identity or belief. We strive to be a safe and welcoming space for all plant lovers that is inclusive and accessible to everyone in the Los Angeles area.
In solidarity with people of color, we have made donations to the Equal Justice Initiative and to the University of California Master Gardener Fund for Los Angeles County. We encourage others to support organizations of their choice that are dedicated to ending systemic racism and social injustice.
Upcoming SCHS Meetings:
* Thursday, December 10, 2020 - Webinar: "Mission Possible: Growing Roses Organically" with Steve Gerischer, Vice President of the Southern California Horticultural Society.
Upcoming Events and News:
No upcoming events at this time.
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You can always reach us by mail at:
Southern California Horticultural Society