Ride into the past on our old fashion stagecoach and try your hand on roping, panning for gold and writing telegrams. Come on over for live music with Shadow Mountain Band, food and horses.
The International Geranium Society, Los Angeles branch, presents this wonderful annual display of geraniums.
Learn how to correctly prune plants in a hands-on workshop in the Arboretum’s plumeria grove. You’ll work with an experienced plumeria grower to prune one or more of the grove’s trees. This is a fee class.
Join Jill Morganelli, the Arboretum’s Horticultural Supervisor, on tours through gardens that demonstrate responsible stewardship, beauty and seasonal interest for our Southern California landscapes.
Arboretum Botanical Information Consultant Frank McDonough is your guide for this walk where you’ll explore the Arboretum’s excellent cycad collection and other ancient plants.
The Epiphyllum Society of America (ESA) will hold its Annual Flower Show and Sale. Treat yourself to an enjoyable time viewing these unusual and gorgeous flowers. Besides cut flowers, the show includes epiphyllum pictures, flower arrangements, plants and related epiphytic plants.
Learn to use your bio-mass (plant waste) to create garden structures. Simple weaving techniques can use leaves as cordage, branches as trellises, tomato cages, shade shelters, and various long lasting leaves as weavers.
More than 150 varieties of rooted chrysanthemum cuttings will be available at the show as well as perennial flowers and shrubs, and vegetable plants.
Spray or Drip? Inline emitter or spaghetti tube? Manual or automatic valves? A well designed irrigation system can be a key factor to the success of your vegetable garden, and make a difference in being able to supply the right amount of water at the right timing to grow top quality home grown favorites. Learn how.
The Santa Anita Bonsai Society will present trees trained to look like miniature forest giants. Trees up to four feet tall such as maples, junipers and pines will be displayed.