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NEXT MEETING: Garden Design Month Featuring APLD Panel Discussion

A green wall is a smart way to have a lush yet eco-friendly garden by recirculating runoff water. This vertical wall garden was a collaboration between Ricardo Marinho and Amelia B. Lima.

Please join us on
Monday, March 13, 2023,
at 6 pm in-person (no Zoom) in SD's Golden Triangle
(map and address below)
for our next meeting on Garden Design Month
Featuring the Association of Professional Landscape Designers SD Panel Discussion

Join us as we celebrate March Garden Design Month! In-person only (no Zoom) at Congregation Beth Israel on Monday, March 13 at 6 pm we will be having a panel from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers - San Diego District. The panel discussion will include all things Garden Design and how good design can change not only places for the better but people too! Bring your questions for the designers, if you don't get a chance to ask in the General Session you can ask them one on one afterwards in the social hour. Not only are we having a design panel, but we are partnering with APLD San Diego for the Annual SDHS Garden Tour on March 25! Come and enjoy professionally designed residences. Get tickets online here:


Meeting Location:

Beth Israel of San Diego

9001 Towne Centre Drive

San Diego, CA 92122


SDHS members and guests can park in the Beth Israel lot at the base of their grand staircase, entered on Golden Haven Road. An elevator by the guard booth is available to access all levels.

In the event that the lot is full, Beth Israel has arranged for parking in the adjacent Gateway Building parking lot.


Next SD Hort Book Club:

All are welcome! Come once or come always - your choice. Send an email to to receive the Zoom link and other book club related news.

Monday, March 6, 2023, 4:30p/5p on Zoom

We will be discussing The Natures of John and William Bartram by Thomas P. Slaughter. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1996.

Paperback edition cover of The Natures of John & William Bartram by Thomas P. Slaughter.
"The nature of early America as seen through the eyes of two eighteenth-century botanical explorers, and their natures as men - the influence of the father and son on each other and the sway of the natural world on the interior lives of both."



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