With SOAR - Monarch Migration opening at the Garden on October 1, we wanted to make sure that all Garden visitors can learn a thing or two about this beautiful [...]
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Life is hard. We know that as humans, but as plants, it can be just as tough. Plants - and animals, for that matter - must adapt to their surroundings [...]
Learn a little more about the state in which we live during your next visit to the Garden with our new California Native Plants sheet. You'll learn about which plants [...]
Hide and Seek: Art Meets Nature has been at the Garden for more than a year now, so the sculptures that make up the exhibit may be less hidden to [...]
We know you come to the Garden to enjoy our 87 acres of flowers, plants and trees, but the animals here in the Garden make a visit even more fun. [...]
On your next visit to the Garden, head to Alpine Lane to explore our conifer collection. But before you go, make sure you download our new Conifer Exploration Page that [...]
There are many ways to experience the Garden, through sight, touch, sound and smell. In fact, our Garden for the Senses is dedicated to expanding your experience of the Garden [...]
Our Cherry Blossoms may no longer be in bloom but you can bring them to life with our latest coloring pages along with beautiful cactus flowers (which ARE still in [...]
As our state begins to slowly open back up, we hope to see more of you at the Garden in the now foreseeable future. That's why this week's Seeds of [...]
The Garden is coming alive with the arrival of spring and warmer weather, so it's only fitting that our latest Seeds of Fun project features two of the very flowers [...]