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March 6, 2015

Roger’s Gardens, Corona del Mar, CA – March 6-8

Roger’s Gardens

kicks off another season with an event that’s become true MANIA in Orange County.  Come see us in Corona del Mar March 6-8 at Southern California’s garden mecca, Roger’s Gardens.  You’ll find everything you need to have a perfect season and will be inspired by a premiere Southern California nursery and gift destination and it’s amazing staff. Scott will be on site to sign his new book as we start the season.

How-to classes will be held each day; check the Roger’s website for times and details. Our friend and Roger’s favorite Steve Goto will join our team on Saturday. We’ll showcase over 200 of the most interesting tomato varieties anywhere. It will be a fitting launch of this year’s tomato tour.

Start: March 6, 2015 9:00 am
End: March 8, 2015 5:00 pm
Venue: Roger's Gardens
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2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona del Mar, CA, United States, 92625

March 14, 2015

Encinitas (San Diego), CA – March 14-15

San Diego Botanic Garden

returns to San Diego Botanic Garden (formerly Quail Botanical Garden) as headliner at the annual Spring Garden Festival & Tomatomania.  Hang out in the gardens, visit with vendors of all kinds and enjoy classes all weekend long.  Tomato how-to classes will be held each day. There is an admission price for this sale, (see below) so plan to see the garden, take in a class and make the most of your visit.

We’ll offer over 150 varieties of classic heirloom and unique hybrid seedlings – and everything else you’ll need to have a successful season.  See you there!

*Admission free for members.
Adults $14
Seniors, students, active military $10
Children ages 3-12 $8
children ages 2 & under FREE
Parking $2*

Start: March 14, 2015 9:00 am
End: March 15, 2015 5:00 pm
Venue: San Diego Botanic Garden
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230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas, CA, United States
Cost: 0-$14

El Cajon, CA The Water Conservation Garden – March 14

Come see us in San Diego!

We launch a second San Diego area sale this year at the highly respected (and uber-relevant) Water Conservation Garden in El Cajon.  Six acres of exemplary native and drought tolerent plantings show Southern Californians how it can and should be done in the reclaimed desert that we live in.

This weekend showcases perhaps the most drought tolerant vegetable of all, a wonderful collection of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes.

9am – 3pm, ONE DAY ONLY.

Learn how to grow perfect tomatoes in two classes offered on Saturday at 10:00am  and 1pm. (Scott will sign books after 11am session)

Free admission to the event, with a nominal fee for presentations.  $5 Members, $10 non-member

Tel.: (619) 660-0614, ext. 10

Start: March 14, 2015 9:00 am
End: March 14, 2015 3:00 pm
Venue: The Water Conservation Garden
12122 Cuyamaca College Drive, West El Cajon, CA, United States, 92019

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