This festival features unique handcrafted gift ware and art work by ceramic artists from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura counties. There will be raffles and demonstrations throughout each day by ceramic artists, Patti Hallowes. Proceeds from this show will benefit the Arboretum Foundation and the ACS-DC Scholarship Fund.
Learn about the history of perfumery, fragrance product plants and the latest science on this walk with guide Frank McDonough, the Arboretum’s botanical information consultant. Included in regular admission; members free.
The menu for this cooking demonstration includes: Roasted vegetable salad, Greek yogurt, cauliflower gratin, roasted mushrooms, wilted greens, spiced yams, root vegetable “béchamel”, crispy potpourri. $50 members; $60 non-members.
The Southern California Iris Society presents tall bearded, small bearded and aril-bred irises. Members will be available to answer questions. Included in admission; members free
Inspired by the Japanese practice of shinrin yoku, Forest Bathing, a nature walk, has been scientifically proven to boost immune strength, reduce stress, and improve cognitive functioning. But beyond these physiological changes, the guided also offers us the opportunity to deepen our relationship with the natural world. $25 members; $35 non-members.
The SCHAS Daylily and Bulb Society presents this annual show of rare bulbs and flowers on display and for sale. Included in admission; members free.
The show features thousands of cut roses. Many rose growers from throughout Southern California will exhibit superb rose specimens grown in their home gardens. There also will be artistic rose arrangements, as well as a rose photography display.
Join the faeries from A Faery Hunt up close in fall interactive walkabouts in the enchanted Celebration Garden. The faeries will bring you stories of faery magic and flowers, with dancing, singing and fun, while weaving in messages of kindness, respect and ecological responsibility. $10 members (adults and children); $15 non-members