The California Rare Fruit Growers meets the second Satruday of the month at South Coast Botanic Garden.
The following meeting swill be held in the Koi Pond: April 12th, June 14th and Sept 13th.
For additional information contact John Baskett at (310) 707-3903 or Carolyn Buchman (310) 370-7894.
The Diggers Gardening club will meet the 3rd Wednesday of every month in Classroom B.
The following dates will meet in the Parking lot to rally off-site: Mar. 19, Apr. 16 and May 21.
For more information, contact Peggy Wormington at (310) 548-4344.
The Palos Verdes Begonia Society meets the first Monday of the month, at South Coast Botanic Garden, with the exception of July and September. They will meet on the second Monday.
For additional information contact society president Carol Knight at (310) 833-3466.
The South Coast Rose Society meets the third Thursday of the month at South Coast Botanic Garden, with the exception of July and August.
for additional information contact Gloria Leinbach at (310) 867-0967
The Cactus & Succulent Society meets the second Sunday of the month.
Petra Crist, owner of Rare Succulents, will be speaking on "Namibia, South West Africa: The Big 5." Petra is a well-known collector and grower. In this program Petra will illustrate and share her knowledge of five of the world's most unusual and showy plant species from Southern Africa.
For more information visit southcoastcss.org.
For additional information contact society president Dale La Forest at (310) 618-9886.
Lecture free with paid Garden admisison. No reservations required.
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Peter Olpe will talk about the history of Palos Verdes, the people and the geology that helped create the South Coast Botanic Garden.Peter Olpe will talk about the history of Palos Verdes, the people and the geology that helped create the South Coast Botanic Garden.
1st Sunday of the month
Are you interested in birds? Please join the Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society as we tour the garden in search of the birds of the garden. Bird walks are a great way to learn to identify birds.
No experience is required, but binoculars are recommended. Walks
start at 8:00 and finish around 11:00.
The group meets in the Courtyard and then heads out into the Garden.