BAKERSFIELD - Horticulturist Amber Beeson spoke in the Bakersfield Museum of Art Sculpture Garden Wednesday morning.
Beeson shared gardening and landscaping tips and discussed her life growing up in Bakersfield to pursue her passion in horticulture.
Beeson spoke about her work at BMOA, and give tips for spring and summer gardening.
This is part of the BMOA lecture series, which is held every first Wednesday at the museum.
Beeson is founder of the award-winning Giving Tree Project Benefit Corp. and has designed many local gardens including; "Seeds of Inspiration," "Greenfield Walking Group" Community Gardens, "Train the Trainer" School Garden at William Penn Elementary, among others.
She received the "Pocket of Excellence" award by the Superintendent of Schools in 2013, and named one of the "People to Watch in 2014" by the Bakersfield Californian.
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