Join us April 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Room 101 of Balboa Park’s Casa del Prado as Yulia Tarasova Chimento speaks to use about her extensive knowledge and best practices for developing your own edible landscape. We’ll also host our Annona/mid-season scion exchange.
Yulia graduated from Cyamaca college Landscape design program and Southwestern college Landscape Architecture program.
She is also an Interior Designer, certified in California.
Currently working as a Senior Landscape Designer at Armstrong Garden Centers. Originally from Russia, moved to SD in 2000.
Yulia creates beautiful, sustainable,low maintenance gardens, using resources responsibly. But her main passion is to grow food! She believe that every garden should have edible plants growing! We are so blessed with our mild climate and can (and should) grow organic food all year around. And these garden do not have to look less beautiful! Her goal is to educate her clients on how to combine edible and ornamental plant while supporting pollinators and wild life.