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Event: Ms. Smarty-Plants™ Goes Batty!

When: October 13th, 6pm-8pm

Where: The Water Conservation Garden

12122 Cuyamaca College Drive West

El Cajon, CA 92019

Cost: $5.00 per person, Garden Members and kids 2 & under FREE

Find Ms. Smarty-Plants™: At 6:30pm for a Spook-tacular Show


Are you ready to have fun and learn about creatures whooo go BOO in the night? Join us in your best Halloween costume at The Water Conservation Garden to enjoy a family event with a Ms. Smarty-Plants™ Show, Trick or Treat Trails, and Creepy Critter Encounters. It is going to be a SPOOK-tacular good time!

Free Parking. Pre-event registration required.   REGISTER HERE: thegarden.org/events/batty/











Visit The Water Conservation Garden and do a fun scavenger hunt along the trails! You can also walk your dog on a leash. To learn more about water-saving gardening, come for a Free Saturday tour at 10:00am.

Hope to see you soon!





Curious about some of the plants in my garden?  Click here  to learn more about the beautiful drought tolerant plants at The Water Conservation Garden that could make your garden magical!   

Definition: Drought tolerance refers to the degree to which a plant is adapted to arid or drought conditions. Plants naturally adapted to dry conditions are called xerophytes.



Send me some photos of your drought tolerant plants and I will share them with San Diego!  You can message me below!