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The SeaWeeders Garden Club of Solana Beach promotes sustainable beautification of the city of Solana Beach through social interaction, garden education, and home and civic enrichment.

Gardening enthusiasts who live in Solana Beach and neighboring communities are welcome to our monthly meetings and to join our volunteer projects.


Where & When:

June 12: our last meeting before a summer hiatus will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 12, in a different location! We have been invited by the very gracious Gordon Johns to tour his garden at 621 N. Granados (at the corner with Patty Hill). As last year, we’ll make it a social evening and enjoy the sunset with some beverages and snacks. Hope you can come

Join our meetings on the second Tuesday of each month, September through June, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fletcher Cove Community Center, 133 Pacific Avenue, Solana Beach.

April 10: We will continue planning for our SeaWeeder’s presence at Fiesta Del Sol, May 19 and 20 to promote education about and adoption of non-toxic, DIY pest and weed management techniques.

April 13: Landscape plan for new Skyline School Representatives from the Solana Beach community, Solana Beach School District, Davy Architecture, and Spurlock Landscape Architects, will review how trees and plants were selected, as well as the overall landscape plan for the elementary school at 606 Lomas Santa Fe Drive. This plan was developed over many months with robust input from students, teachers, parents and community residents, as well as oversight by the Coastal Commission and other agencies. Skyline school is due to reopen in the fall of 2018 for the coming school year. The Society’s general meeting is open to the public.