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Monday, April 5, 2010

Native Garden Tour in LA this Weekend!

The Theodore Payne Foundation, a native nursery and educational resource in the Los Angeles area will host their 7th Annual Native Garden Tour this weekend which will showcase over 50 beautiful all California native gardens in the Los Angeles area.

Visit their Garden Tour page for a sneak preview of the gardens that will be showcased on the tour and to get more information.

Ready to plant natives in your garden? Along with Theodore Payne, Las Pilitas Nursery in Escondido and Tree of Life Nursery in San Juan Capistrano are also great resources for native plants!

2 comments:

Keithdude said...

Many thanks for your kind words about our seventh-annual tour and the value of gardening with native plants. The folks at Theodore Payne really appreciate it.

For folks who can't make it to Los Angeles, there are other native plant tours in Southern California:

Spring Garden Tour
Saturday, April 18, 2009, 9am or 1pm
Location: South Bay/Palos Verdes Peninsula
Organizer: California Native Plant Society, South Coast Chapter
Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members

Website: www.sccnps.org/calendar

2010 Garden Tour
Saturday, May 8, 2010, time unk
Location: Orange County
Organizer: California Native Plant Society, Orange County Chapter
Cost: Free

Website: www.occnps.org

8th Annual Seaside Native Plant Garden Tour
Sunday April 18th at 2pm
Location: Oceanside
Organizer: Buena Vista Native Plant Club and the Oceanside Coastal
Neighborhood Association
Cost: Free

Website: www.BVAudubon.org or www.OCNA.info

www.nadiaknows.com said...

Beautiful area landscape with the container and the flagstone. I love the clean look, drought tolerant and soft flow of plants. nice job! WE need to see more landscapes like this to encourage people to remove their lawns and create water wise yards.