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National Public Gardens Week: DIY Mini Succulent Garden | East Bay
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The annual National Public Gardens Day takes place this year from May 13-19, 2019 with 500+ gardens, including some Bay Area gardens, offer free admission or special deals.
Enjoy the beauty of the gardens while learning about each garden’s commitment to education, research and environmental stewardship.
2019 National Public Gardens Day
May 13-19, 2019
FREE, but a coupon is required
Remember, many gardens will require you to show their garden coupon in order to get their special National Public Gardens Day offer. Click on individual gardens to get the coupon.
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Please note, we have been experiencing difficulty accessing the list of 2019 participating venues on the National Public Gardens Day website.
On Thursday, May 16th you can drop by and make your own mini succulent dish garden.
There will be a variety of succulent cuttings and pups to choose from. Bancroft potting soil and potting vessel are also provided. Feel free to bring your own embellishments.
Workshop is for children and adults. Free admission, but there is a $5 cost per dish garden payable at the admissions kiosk.
*Free admission, but it's $5 per dish garden
Categories: **Annual Event**
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, San Francisco Bay Area
Address: 1552 Bancroft Rd, Walnut Creek,CA