Peacock Day!

Saturday, March 23, 10am-2pm

Incredible Edibles Plant Sale

Continues Saturday March 23

Spring Blooms!

Flowering trees at Meyberg Waterfall

Baldwin Lake

Restoring a magnificent gem

News

Peacock Plumage in Fashion, a special talk Saturday, March 23

Peacock feathers and motifs have ornamented wardrobes around the world for centuries. Christina Johnson, Associate Curator at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Museum in Los Angeles, presents an illustrated history of the significance and influence of peacocks in fashion. Saturday, March 23, 2pm. $5 members; $15 general public (includes admission).

Tomatoes and more at our Incredible Edibles Sale Saturday, March 23.

You’ll find 50 varieties of tomatoes and 60 varietes of vegetables, herbs and more at our Incredible Edibles Plant Sale Saturday 9am-4pm at the Gift Shop Patio. Laramee Haynes, landscape designer, will be the featured speaker at our garden talks at 10am & 1pm. Included in admission; Arboretum members free.

Register now for Spring Nature Camp April 1!

Children ages 5-11 will enjoy their spring break exploring and learning about nature.  We get children outside and away from screens to observe and explore wildlife in a natural setting. The first Spring Nature Camp runs from April 1-5.  Full session, daily and extended care available.

Celebrating 40 years of Environmental Education Saturday, March 30

Mark your calendar for the Los Angeles Environmental Education Fair on Saturday, March 30. Visitors will learn about lifestyle changes that will help our planet and enjoy activities that will cindlue  workshops, sustainable food sampling, science scavenger hunts, art activities and eco-friendly demonstrations. 9am-3pm. Regular admission applies, members free

Library Spotlight – Vintage Nursery Catalogs

Looking for early nursery catalogs for the region of Southern California? The Arboretum Library has catalogs going as far back as the late 1800s that are still applicable for today’s horticulturalists. During your visit to the Arboretum, members and non-members of the garden are always welcome to browse our nursery catalogs in our library’s collection! […]

Library Spotlight – Catalog Updates

Hello, folks!  The Arboretum Library’s catalog now has social networking features, including Facebook and Twitter, so that you may share any library material(s) you have found in the catalog, with your friends.  Also be sure to check out and “like” the Arboretum’s Facebook page.

Library Spotlight - “Açaí”

The Arboretum Library has many journals and periodicals that cover a range of horticultural topics. These journals include articles about individual types of plants, including one that's been seen around a lot more recently – the açaí.  You've probably seen this ingredient in all sorts of products at the grocery store, but I didn't know much […]

Library Spotlight - “Lessons Learned: Managing Biological Invasion on Hemlock Hill”

The Arboretum Library has many journals and periodicals that cover a range of horticultural topics. These journals include articles by members of the Arboretum staff. The article “Lessons Learned: Managing Biological Invasion on Hemlock Hill (Massachusetts)” by Richard Schulhof (CEO of the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden) in the journal Ecological Restoration details […]

Raking Hay at Rancho Santa Anita

This image presents is a lovely pastoral scene at Rancho Santa Anita probably in the late 1880s or early 1890s. A man on a hay rake is gathering freshly cut hay, probably mown a day or two earlier and allowed to dry to feed the Ranch's animals.     Closer examination reveals a number of […]

Library Spotlight - Plant Related Fiction

Now is a great time to just snuggle up with a good novel.  And the perfect place to find find modern and classic plant-related fiction is at the Arboretum Library. So come and explore the Arboretum Library and don't forget that members of the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden can borrow books for […]

Kids love Peacock Day! Join us Saturday, March 23

Children are invited to dress for our peacock costume contest at 12:15pm (check-in between 10:30-11:30am). Other activities: a peacock calling contest, Bookworms storytime, crafts and Agents of Discovery learning app. 10am-2pm. Regular admission applies; members free.

Shop our Incredible Edibles Plant Sale Saturday, March 23!

Our spring plant sale continues Saturday, March 23, with garden talks presented by landscape designer Laramee Haynes.  At the sale you’ll find 50 varieties of tomatoes and 60 varieties of  vegetables, herbs and more. Saturday, March 23, 9am-4pm at the Gift Shop Patio.

Register now for Spring Nature Camp April 1-5.

Reserve a spot at our popular nature camp for the spring break of April 1 to 5. Nature, exploration, imagination, and fun are just a few things children enjoy at the camp for children ages 5 to 11. Weekly and daily sessions as well as extended care are available.

Plant question? Ask our Expert at the Arboretum

We have the knowledge and experience to help you raise healthy plants. Frank McDonough, the Arboretum’s Botanical Information Consultant, answers questions from the public.

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