Volunteer group that meets every Wednesday and makes crafts for our Gift Shop.
To join please contact Vicky at (310) 544-1508 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gardeneers meet the second Thursday of the month at South Coast Botanic Garden.
For additional information contact Gudrun Kimmel at (310) 530-2382
Included with paid Garden Admission
We have partnered with our friends over at Toro Nursery to create a Fall garden display to welcome the change in seasons. Use it to take that perfect Fall photo and come enjoy the fantastic display. Non-commercial photography fees will be waived on Friday, October 17 only. Installation will run continuously until Sunday, November 16.
Registration starts at $35 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under.
$10 fee for spectators (Includes admission to base camp and post-apocalypse party)
There has been a zombie outbreak in the most peaceful and beautiful of our urban landscapes – the Botanic Garden. Run through the winding pathways with dense plant life and towering botanic specimens, not knowing what could jump out at you from the shadows or what awaits around the next turn, heart pounding, nothing else matters now except survival! Whether you survive the zombie horde or lose your life and come back from the dead, there is plenty of fun to be had at the post-apocalypse party for zombies and humans alike. The party will feature a beer garden (local craft brewery), great food, DJ, photo ops, winning team ceremony, and local vendors with awesome things to show off.
Please visit www.deadgardenrun.com for more details and registration.
Shop: Cornish Courtyard
Learn: Classroom B
Included with paid Garden admission
Speaker: Laurel Woodley
Learn about how Tillandsia are able to grow in trees without any soil and how you might incorporate them into your landscape. Examples of other epiphytes will be mentioned including staghorn ferns, orchids and other kinds of bromeliads. What you need to know about how to grow these specialty plants will be addressed and there will be ample opportunity to ask questions during the presentation.
Lecture included with paid garden admission.
Expert grower, Leonardo Re will lecture about the care and culture of the African Violet. Learn how to put down a leaf, repot a mature plant, rejuvenate a plant with a long neck, and remove a sucker. Plants will be available to purchase.
Lecture included with paid Garden admission
Expert grower, Leonardo Re, will lecture about the care and culture of the African Violet. Learn how to put down a leaf, repot a mature plant, rejuvenate a plant with a long neck, and remove a sucker. Plants will be available to purchase.
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 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