June 20- KATE SESSIONS—Horticulturist, Landscaper, Florist, and more

Sessions-hatKATE SESSIONS—HORTICULTURIST, LANDSCAPER, FLORIST, AND MORE
Thurs., June 20, 7 PM, WATER’S EDGE FAITH COMMUNITY, 1984 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., O.B. San Diego is one of the most beautiful cities in the U. S., due in large part to its abundance of exotic trees and plants— jacarandas, queen palms, Brazilian pepper trees, bougainvillea, Italian cypress, the bird of paradise, and the poinsettia. Yet, surprisingly, none of these trees and plants—so identified with our image—are native to San Diego!

All of them—and many more—were introduced to our region by Kate Sessions, the pioneering women horticulturalist who came to San Diego in 1883, and who, over a period of several decades, transformed a semi-arid landscape into a lush paradise. Join us on June 20 for a program by historian Nancy Carol Carter, who will inform and entertain us with stories about this ground-breaking (in more ways than one!) San Diego woman. This program is free!

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