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San Diego Native Plants Garden

3/4 acre garden planted by students which highlights the threatened biodiversity of San Diego county.
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3250 Palm Avenue
San Diego , CA 92154
Contact Person: Theresa Acerro
Phone: (619)628-3007
Fax: (619)424-6473
E-Mail: theresaacerro@home.com
Website: http://www.geocities.com/~nativeplants

Detailed Information:
Our garden is organized in over ten habitats. Each habitat has a sampling of plants found in that habitat in our county. We also have a Baja California/Mexico habitat and a Channel Islands habitat. We tried to go for diversity as much as possible. Some of the plants are changing this by reproducing prodigiously. We are attracting native wildlife and have been recognized as a wildlife habitat by WindStar and the NationalWildlife Federation. We are to be part of Art in the Gardens tours since our art classes are busy creating tiles, metal gates, etc. of native plants and animals. Our site is growing and will have information about particular plants as well as about habitats. All of the information has not yet been added, but students are working on it.

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