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September garden hows, sales, classes, lectures, seminars.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Fort Bragg. August 31, September I and 2. Show and plant sale by Mendocino Coast Branch of American Fuchsia Society. Place: Pentecost Hall, 736 Stewart St. Hours: noon to 5 Friday, 10 to 5 Saturday, I 0 to 4 Sunday. Free. Sunnyvale. September 1. Lecture on using bulbs for ground covers, in containers, and for winter and spring color. A plant clinic follows. Place: Sunnyvale Arboretum, 550 E. Remington Ave. Hours: lecture, 9 to 11; clinic, 11 to noon. Free. Hanford. September 8. Rhizome sale by Reblooming Iris Society. Place: Longs Drug Store, State Highway 198 and 11 th Ave. Hours: 8 to noon. Santa Rosa. September 8. Activities open to the public during American Fuchsia Society Convention (September 7, 8, and 9) include a show and seminars on fuchsia culture. Place: Flamingo Resort Hotel, Fourth St. and Farmers Lane. Hours: 9 to 5. Admission: $5. Oakland. September 8 and 9. Annual show by East Bay Dahlia Society. Place: Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave. Hours: I to 5 Saturday, 10 to 5 Sunday. Free. Sacramento. September 8 and 9. Show by Sacramento Begonia Society. Place: Sacramento Garden and Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Blvd. Hours: 2 to 6 Saturday, 10 to 5 Sunday. Free. Palo Alto. Classes sponsored by Ecology Action/Mid-Peninsula. Place: Common Ground Organic Garden Supply, 2225 El Camino Real. Hours: 10:30 to noon. Donation: $6. For required preregistration, call (415) 328-6752. September 8: seed saving. September 15.- fall and winter vegetable gardening. September 22: cover crops. September 29: landscaping with native plants. Modesto. September 8 through October 7. Victorian Gardens: A Horticultural Extravaganza, Smithsonian Institution's 1990 traveling exhibition. Place: McHenry Mansion, 15th and I streets. Hours: 1 to 4 Tuesdays through Sundays. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. For details, call (209) 577-5344. Capitola. September 9. Nautical parade of begonia-covered floats on the last day of the annual Capitola National Begonia Festival (September 2, 3, and 9). Place: Capitola Lagoon, at the mouth of Soquel Creek. Time: 2 Pm. Free. Palo Alto. September 11. Lecture on bearded iris. Place: Gamble Garden Center, 1431 Waverley St. Hours: 1 to 2:30. Admission: $20. For required preregistration, call (415) 329-1356. Half Moon Bay. September 15. Flower and plant market. Place; Kelly and Main streets. Hours: 9:30 to 3:30. Citrus Heights. September 15 and 16. Annual all-miniature rose show. Place: Fountain Square Nursery, 7115 Greenback Lane. Hours: noon to 6 Saturday, 9 to 5 Sunday. Free. San Mateo. September 15 and 16. Annual exhibit by San Mateo Bonsai Club. Place: Central Park Recreation Center, 50 E. Fifth Ave. Hours: noon to 6 Saturday, 10 to 5 Sunday. Free. San Francisco. September 16. Open house to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Gardens includes gardening demonstrations, a plant sale, tours of specialty gardens, music, storytelling for children, an art exhibit, and strolling entertainers. Place: the arboretum, Golden Gate Park, Ninth Ave. and Lincoln Way. Hours: noon to 4. Admission is free. Concord. September 22. Display and plant sale by Diablo Valley African Violet Growers. Place: Willows Shopping Center, Willow Pass Rd. and Diamond Blvd. Hours: 10 to 5. Free. Santa Rosa. September 22. Show and sale by Redwood Empire Rose Society. Place: Montgomery Village Shopping Center, Farmers Lane and Sonoma Ave. Hours: 1 to 5. Admission is free. Capitola. September 22 and 23. Show by Monterey Bay Dahlia Society. Place: Capitola Mall, State Highway I and 41st Ave. Hours: noon to 4. Free. Oakland. September 22 and 23. Show and plant sale by Cactus and Succulent Society of California. Place: Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave. Hours: 11 to 5 Saturday, 10 to 5 Sunday. Free. Aptos. September 23. Plant sale by Santa Cruz Chapter of California Native Plant Society. Place: Barn at Deer Park Shopping Center, State Highway I and Rio del Mar Blvd. Hours: noon to 3. Berkeley. September 23. Sale of vines, perennials, trees, shrubs, natives, orchids, ferns, and herbs. Place: UC Botanical Garden, Centennial Dr. Hours: 10 to 3. Davis. September 29. Annual Plant Faire by Friends of the Davis Arboretum, featuring decorative grasses and drought tolerant perennials, as well as shrubs, vines, trees, and house plants. Place: arboretum headquarters, La Rue Rd. Hours: 8 to 2. Free parking in lots 45 and 46. Concord. September 29 and 30. Fall plant sale by Markham Arboretum Society. Place: Markham Garden Center, 1202 La Vista Ave. Hours: 10 to 4 Saturday, noon to 4 Sunday. Oakland. September 29 and 30. Show and plant sale by African Violet Society of the East Bay. Place: Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave. Hours: noon to 4. Free. Palo Alto. September 29 and 30. Show by Akebono Bonsai Club. Place: Palo Alto Buddhist Temple, 2751 Louis Rd. Hours: noon to 9 Saturday, 10 to 5 Sunday. Free. COLORADO Denver. September 1. Sale of house plants and garden produce grown by members of Men's Garden Club of Denver. Place: Denver Botanic Gardens, 1005 York St. Hours: 9 A.M. until sold out. Free. Loveland. September 8. Show by Loveland Rose Society. Place: Coy Hall, First United Methodist Church, 533 N. Grant Ave. Hours: I to 5. Free. Denver. September 8 and 9. Show and sale by Gloxinia Gesneriad Growers. Place: Denver Botanic Gardens, 1005 York St. Hours: 1 to 4:30 Saturday, 10 to 4:30 Sunday. Gardens admission: $4, $2 ages 6 through 15 and over 64. UTAH Salt Lake City. September activities at Utah Associated Garden Clubs Activity Center, Sugar House Park, 1602 E. 2100 South St. September 13: demonstration by flower arranger Gertrude Glauser, sponsored by Utah Rose Society. Hours: 7 to 9 Pm. Admission: $5. September 22 and 23: annual show by Bonsai of Utah. Hours: noon to 6 Saturday, noon to 5 Sunday. Free. 11
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