Nature, exploration, imagination, and fun are just a few things children ages 5-11 will enjoy at our Spring Nature Camp.
This festival features unique handcrafted giftware and art work by ceramic artists from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura Counties.
The skin is the largest organ of the body. Similarly, the earth is protected by a living interface – soil. Supporting this soil layer is similar to a great skin-care routine. By making moves in accord to nature, you can re-establish your soil’s powerful ability to in turn support a healthy web of life.
The Southern California Iris Society presents tall bearded, small bearded and aril-bred irises. Members will be available to answer cultural questions.
Learn about the history of perfumery, fragrance product plants and the latest science on this walk with guide Frank McDonough, Arboretum botanical information consultant.
The SCHAS Daylily & Bulb Society presents this annual show and sale of bulbs and rare plants.
For kids 10 and under. Egg scrambles will take place continuously and Easter baskets will be provided. Activities fee of $3 per child for members; for non-members: $5 per child and regular admission applies.
Special consideration was given to plant selection and how these plants establish superior homes for native bees, birds, and butterflies. Introducing pollinators into your yard adds interest, photo, and learning opportunities for the whole family.
The show overall features thousands of cut roses. Many rose growers from throughout Southern California will exhibit superb rose specimens grown in their home gardens.
Shape, Trim, Bloom! There’s more to trimming a plumeria tree than simply chopping away. Learn how to correctly prune plumeria plants in a hands-on workshop up in the LA Arboretum’s grove.
This workshop will cover oak tree care, selecting and placing compatible plants, soil amendment, planting, watering, pruning and weed control strategies.
Found Among the Leaves; a Bibliophytology is an exploration of the rich and complex relationships that entangle object with information, image with medium. The Library serves as both the project’s exhibition venue and its source material. Artist Andrew Yang will present a talk, Saturday, February 23, 2-4pm