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The Gift Shop at South Coast Botanic Garden

The Gift Shop @ SCBG


On your next visit to the garden, be sure to stop by The Gift Shop at South Coast Botanic Garden and see what's new!


Featured Artist of the Month - Carrie Mueller

We are now carrying Mary Jo Hazard's 3 books, P is for Palos Verdes, The Peacocks of Palos Verdes, and Palo's World Adventure of a Palos Verdes Peacock.

Upcoming Members Only Double Discount Days

  • Friday March 27th through Sunday March 29th

  • Friday April 24th through Sunday April 26th

  • Friday May 29th through Sunday May 31st


The Gift Shop at South Coast Botanic Garden is located in the Elaine Cornish Courtyard near the entrance and is home to a wonderful selection of items for all our visitors.

Merchandise in The Gift Shop include a variety of garden and nature books, activity kits for children, botanical themed stationery, and other unique gift items.

There is also a great selection of indoor and outdoor plants. All of the outdoor plants are provided by the Garden's own Propagation Workshop and Back-40 volunteers as well as the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy.

Another feature of The Gift Shop includes items made by our local artists and our Craft Workshop Volunteers. Everything from candles, mosaics, photographs, and more are available by this talented group.

The Gift Shop hours are Monday through Sunday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Garden members receive 10% of their entire purchase (certain restrictions apply) so don't forget your membership card on your next visit. Remember that you don't have to pay admission just to come to The Gift Shop!



Some of the items in our gift shop are provided by local artists.
Please come in to see what they have to offer! 

Art In Nature by Celeste Mookherjee Savagely Sweet
CB Shilkret Designs Rosehill Manor Candles
Nourish Move Me Signature Stationery by Jen Hudson Art by Fujie Terasawa

Ceramic Flowers by Liz Uppendahl

Wood Bracelets by Bill Foster

Botanic art by Suzanne Kuuskmae 
Jen's Jewels by Jenifer Lynn Mosaics by Victoria Taylor
 Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy

Hermosa Beach Soap Co.