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Water Conservation Garden, El Cajon

(65+ reviews on the web)
Garden Nature / Park
The Water Conservation Garden has nearly six acres of displays that showcase water conservation through a series of beautiful themed gardens, such as a native plant garden and a vegetable garden, as well as how-to displays such as mulch and irrigation exhibits. The Garden also features a native butterfly pavilion that is open spring and summer each year.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Very beautiful with lots of creative design ideas for your home. It is well worth the stop. We go there when we are redoing a part of out outside areas.  more »
  • I believe this garden is 5 acres. It's a beautiful demonstration of waterwise gardening. There are classes regularly that are either free or low cost, lower for members. There are occasional concerts ...  more »
  • I live within a few miles of the Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College and have visited often. It is just a fun place to walk through and they have a nursery across the street. The best part is the ...  more »
Google
  • Nice garden Peacefull, educational Wedding venue
  • So much fun for kids of all ages
  • Nice small garden of the future...
  • This is a great resource if you are looking to makes changes to your garden/yard in light of the current (or future ) drought conditions. Informative and interesting. Plants are labeled so you can find the names of the ones you like. The is a docent-led tour Saturday mornings at 10:00 that is very informative.
  • Free! I've been to exhibits that have charged a fee and aren't anywhere near as good as this.Family friendly, can be highly educational for those interested in water efficiency, landscaping, gardening or just relaxing, if you're looking for a day out to just tune out. Would be a great spot for a picnic, they have a small sandbox and playhouse for the kids too. Would love to catch a concert at the amphitheater! I can't do it justice by rambling on, go check it out!