On this walking tour of our Mexican collection with Frank McDonough, the Arboretum’s Botanical Information Consultant, learn about trees and other plants that are well suited for Southern California. 11am, included in admission; members free.
The papers of the grandson of Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin include rare letters of his mother Anita Baldwin, who left instructions that her personal papers be destroyed after her death. A history talk by Mitchell Hearns Bishop, the Arboretum’s Curator of Historical Collections, 1-2pm, included in admission; members free.
The International Geranium Society, Los Angeles branch, presents this wonderful annual display of geraniums. 9am-4pm, included in admission; members free. 9am-4pm; included in admission; members free
More than 150 varieties of rooted chrysanthemum cuttings will be available at the show as well as perennial flowers and shrubs, and vegetable plants. 9am-4pm; included in admission; members free
The Epiphyllum Society of America (ESA) presents these unusual and gorgeous flowers. Besides cut flowers, the show includes epiphyllum pictures, flower arrangements, plants and related epiphytic plants. 9am-4pm, included in admission; members free
The charming Victorian-era cottage is open for public tours only twice a year. Don’t miss this opportunity to bring friends and family to step into the cottage and back in time. 10am-3pm; regular admission applies and tour fee of $5 general public; $3 members: $3 children 12 and up; under 11 free.
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. 9am-5pm; included in admission; members free
Every Saturday the 10:30am docent-led walking tour will provide visitors with an excellent introduction to the Arboretum. Wear your walking shoes. Free with admission; members free