Four of Los Angeles’ most distinctive and popular writers and performers, Brendan Constantine, Mary Alice Daniel, Nicelle Davis, and Olga Garcia, will explore the theme Landscape: Natural, Urban and Imagined Saturday, February 24 in a discussion moderated by Susan Lummis. Included in regular admission; members free.
Posted on February 20, 2018
Celebrate the Year of the Dog with a stroll through the garden with family and friends. Our pink trumpet trees are gorgeous and the peacocks are so handsome in their full plumage. The Chinese Lunar New Year weekend is a perfect time to visit. Our hours are 9am-4:30pm; regular admission applies.
Posted on February 15, 2018
Our gorgeous blooming pink trumpet trees will put you in the mood for romance in the garden all week! The blooms are simply spectacular, not to be missed! Enjoy. The Peacock Cafe will be open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday.
Posted on February 12, 2018
Our new wellness program: A special guided walk to experience the essence of nature based on the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku. Research has shown that Forest Bathing reduces stress and blood pressure, and bolsters the immune system. Something new to try in 2018! Fee class.
Posted on February 10, 2018
Artist Pamela Burgess’s the naturalist’s desk: language+landscape exhibit opened January 27 and continues until June 23. The exhibit features a range of work in various media including drawings and poetry, sculpture and photography. Included with admission; members free.
Posted on January 26, 2018
Our deep appreciation to all our members, supporters and volunteers for making 2017 another record year. Thanks to you, our youth programs served 16,000 +students, construction on the new Children’s Learning Patio will begin soon and the Forces of Nature II art show was a very successful fundraiser. Year-end contributions are gratefully accepted and can […]
Posted on December 18, 2017
Birdwatcher and photographer Lou Orr shared what he discovered in the garden on Sunday. “Today I took these photos in the cactus garden. This bird is a Yellow-fronted Canary, from Africa. This is the first time I’ve seen this bird at the L.A. County Arboretum! These birds were cage escapees a couple of decades ago, […]
Posted on September 18, 2017
Plan to visit areas that are shady and cool! We have compiled a list of the seven coolest places in the Arboretum so that you don’t have to wait for cooler weather to visit. Check out our list of the seven coolest places in the garden.
Posted on August 14, 2017
Take a stroll up to Tallac Knoll and wander among our plumeria plants as they near full bloom. The flowers are beautiful and their scents intoxicating. You’ll love the tropical setting, which was the scene for a recent KTLA report about our Plumeria Day.
Posted on August 8, 2017
We are excited to share our new five-year vision to ensure a dynamic and flourishing future for our beloved garden. We will work to enhance services for our community, restore Baldwin Lake and create rich, new garden experiences and educational opportunities, guided by the 2017-2022 Strategic Plan. See plan details.
Posted on June 23, 2017