WhenSun, 10/14 9:00am - 5:00pm
Upper and Lower Meadows
Picnic with paid garden admission
Bring your family for a picnic at the Garden. The upper and lower meadows will be open for picnicking. Fall is California spring time with our drought seasons coming to an end and our rainy season to look forward to. Go on The Great Pumpkin Hunt and see what is happening in the Garden in October.
WhenSun, 10/14 1:30pm - 4:30pm
November 11, 2012 – Laurel Woodley and Jim Gardner, long time growers and members of the South Coast Cactus & Succulent Society, will discuss the genus Aeonium. The name Aeonium comes from the ancient Greek word "aionos" meaning ageless. Aeoniums are mainly native to the Canary Islands, but some there are some species native to Madeira, Morocco and eastern Africa (Ethiopia). Jim will share photographs of his recent trip to the Canary Islands. Both he and Laurel have numerous slides of the different Aeonium varieties and hybrids as well as some show plants. They will help us understand their similarities and differences and how to successfully grow these “ageless” succulents better.
The lecture is at 1:30 PM; a business meeting of the South Coast Cactus & Succulent Society follows. Lecture free with paid admission to the Garden. For more information see www.southcoastcss.org.
Cactus & Succulent Society meetings 7/8, 8/12, 9/9, 10/14, and 11/11 are in the Frances Young Hall. For additional information call Dale La Forest at (310) 618-9886
|Clubs and Societies|
Phone: (310) 544-1948
The Garden is open to the public 364 days a year and closed Christmas Day.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (last ticket sale at 4:30 PM)
Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
GIFT SHOP HOURS:
Monday-Sunday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
|Adults:||$8 ($9 after Jul 1)|
|Seniors - 62 and over:||$6|
|Students (with ID):||$6|
|Children (5 - 12):||$3 ($4 after Jul 1)|
|4 and under:||FREE|
|Third Tuesday of each month:||FREE|
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