Our second and last public workshop was held today. The first workshop was earlier this week on October 27 at the Arboretum in Arcadia, the eastern end of L.A. County. Today’s workshop, however, was on the west end of the County at Rancho Cienega Park near Baldwin Hills. Both workshops allowed us to meet individually with County residents who want to wildflower their open land. We looked at photos and maps of each prospective plot, confirmed that it was sunny and visible enough, and that the owners were prepared for the work involved. Those who were confirmed met with Genny or Lili from the Theodore Payne Foundation for a personal site-specific wildflower sowing consultation, followed by a group seed sowing demo, before finally receiving their seeds carefully measured for their exact plot size.
Posted by Fritz Haeg