Edible Plants

Presentation: Edible Native Fruits and Vegetables of San Francisco

Saturday, 7/25/2020
1:00 - 2:00
Virtual Library
Address

United States


Susan Karasof from the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) will provide insight and knowledge on gardening in San Francisco. 

San Francisco is home to many delicious edible native fruits, vegetables, herbs and nuts. Local California native plants evolved to adapt to our local soils and climate. We’ll discuss what to plant in specific areas of San Francisco so that you can grow your own native edible plant buffet, including shallow rooted plants that thrive in pots. Edible plant recommendations are based on ethnobotany publications of edible Ohlone and Coast Miwok plants, growing the plants and taste testing the plants.

Reservations: https://bit.ly/CANativePlant7-25-20

This event will simultaneously be broadcast on the SF Public Library YouTube.

Upcoming programs:

SAT. Aug 22 • 1p.m.

Gardening for San Francisco’s Butterflies and Pollinators - https://bit.ly/CANativePlant8-22-20

SAT. Sept. 26  • 1p.m.

Shade Gardening with California Native Plants - https://bit.ly/CANativePlant9-26-20



Summer Stride is the Library's annual summer learning, reading and exploration program for all ages and abilities. Read and learn with the Library all summer long.

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


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