Welcome to Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, where we cultivate our natural, horticultural and historic resources for your learning, enjoyment and inspiration. We encourage you to explore the paths, discover the unique plants and wildlife, and hope you have fun on your journey through the 127 acres.
Highlights of the Grounds
Grace Kallam Perennial Garden
Beds of themed colorful blooming perennials and attractive foliage along intimate paths. Each bed has a color theme. The Purple-leaved redbud (Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy') and the Chinese fringe tree (Chionanthus retusus) shade the area.
Queen Anne Cottage
Constructed in 1885, this building is an ornate example of Victorian extravagance. Set in a lakeside landscape featuring prennial color and huge Blue Gum Trees (Eucalyptus globulus). Be sure to look in the windows.
Garden for All Seasons
An interactive garden displaying wildflowers, herbs, and vegetables planted and cultivated by volunteers in the community. This garden is used as an outdoor classroom and demonstration area year-round.
Planted with an array of attractive foliage and flowering plants, a mix of hardy tropicals and temperate plants. This is a favorite spot for photography or just relaxing by the splashing water.
For a full overview of the Grounds, click to enlarge the Visitor Map below.