Dazzling nights of art at night exploring themes of nature and technology in digital, video and sound installations.
Flower medicine is a rich study that connects us to the subtle and energetic aspects of the most intricate and elaborate displays of beauty of plants.
This special one-day workshop is designed for beginners interested in plant observation, drawing, composition, color theory and matching, and medium techniques.
Different schools of Japanese flower arrangement will be represented from classical to naturalistic to avant-garde at the two-day show. Saturday 11am-4:30pm; Sunday 9:30am-4pm.
Frank McDonough will explain it’s not just grapes and grain that grace libations, many other plants are tossed into the brew Learn how horticulture and hooch have been in cahoots to heighten and enhance the drinking experience.
This class will explore the world of this beneficial fungi. What is it? How does it help? And how to build soil that helps it run and dance through your garden.
Tomatoes continue to be the stars of our spring sale but we beefing up the lineup with a fabulous array of vegetables, herbs and other edibles. There will be talks both days. Arboretum members get a discount on plants on Friday.
Our popular celebration of our iconic bird includes the history, science and beauty of peafowl.
Christina Johnson, Associate Curator at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Museum, will present an illustrated history of the significance of peacock feathers in fashion.
We celebrate the 40th anniversary of the LAEEF which has provided environmental stewardship generations of children and their families across Southern California.
Found Among the Leaves; a Bibliophytology by Andrew Yang 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.