Welcome to our new Garden Center

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MASTER GARDENERS (UC Cooperative Extension)

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The Primary Role Of A Master Gardener is to Educate!

Master Gardeners answer questions, conduct demonstrations, diagnose plant/pest problems, and provide this horticultural assistance by telephone, newspaper, public speaking, and public contact.  The primary role of the Master Gardener is to be an educator.  Each MG is expected to teach, write, and present information to the general public. 
Master Gardeners are members of communities who are trained by Cooperative Extension experts in different aspects of plant science. In exchange for instruction, persons who become Master Gardeners volunteer through their local Cooperative Extension office to extend information to their community.
For more information about Master Gardener Training Programs, visit ucanr.edu.
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California Native Plant Society (CNPS)

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Preserving  and Protecting California Native Plants and Their Habitats

The native plants of California are unlike any other in the world. From the richly colored expanse of spring wildflowers in the desert to groves of Monterey cypress on the coast, California's wild gardens are immensely diverse and awe-inspiring in their beauty.

California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a statewide non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals with a common interest in California's native plants. Through membership in CNPS, Californians of all walks of life are able to learn about gardening and landscaping with native plants.   Since 1965, CNPS has worked hard to protect California's native plant heritage and preserve it for future generations.

For more information, visit altapeakcnps.org

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Visalia Succulent Society

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We're just starting out, the club is small and informal!

The Visalia Succulent Club is a non-profit group created by the locals of Visalia in 2015. Members meet to share, learn, and teach about succulent plants. Our meetings are always eventful; involving anything from guest speakers, workshops, succulent exchanges, sales, field trips, and more.

www.visaliasucculentclub.org


Sequoia Garden Club

Connect with People Enthusiastic About Making Their Homes Bloom

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Sequoia Garden Club I can help you learn about the latest in gardening, and connect you with people also enthusiastic about making their homes bloom?  If you want to be part of beautifying and enriching our community through horticultural projects and if you interested in landscape and floral design, cultivation, conservation, garden therapy and crafting…and much more, then come join us!

In addition to garden crafting, maintaining her plantings, and celebrating Earth Day, our Milkweed-for-Monarchs campaign raises awareness about the decline of monarch butterfly habitat, and distributes free milkweed seeds to the public.  For more information, visit www.californiagardenclubs.com/sequoiagardenclub


Central California Orchid Society

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The Central California Orchid Society (CCOS) was founded in 1952, as a way for fellow orchid enthusiasts to pursue their passion of Orchids with others who share the same interest. In addition, our mission is to help new hobbyists further their knowledge and appreciation of this wonderful and exotic hobby in a fun and lively atmosphere.  For more information, visit CentralCaliforniaOrchidSociety.com.

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American Gourd Society

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The American Gourd Society promotes interest in all activities relating to gourds: cultivation and artistic shape manipulation, historical uses, gourd show competition, craftwork, and artistic decoration.  

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Cecile Garrison is the President of the American Gourd Society with over 2500 members worldwide. Her work has been on display at Arts Visalia, the COS Art Gallery and the Jon Ginsburg Gallery in Visalia and the Tulare Historical Museum in Tulare.  “St. John’s River”, a large basket gourd,  is in the City of Visalia Permanent Art Collection.  This unique creation is the first sculptural piece ever included in the Visalia City art collection. 

Cecile opened her studio and gallery to the public for the South Valley Artist Studio Tours in 2013, 2015 and 2016.  Cecile will introduce Springfest visitors to the joy of growing their own art medium for fun or profit.  For more information visit AmericanGourdSociety.org.


 Sago Rey Palms

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Sago Rey Palm Plantation is the biggest palm tree plantation in Central California.  We carry palm trees, shade trees, flowering plants, fruit trees, cactus, bamboo, and more.  We have over 50 different types of palm trees and over 10,000 plants!

 (559) 268-6650                                               SagoRey.com

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