A world-renowned 3.5-acre garden, housing a collection of succulents, both unique and beloved, as well as drought-tolerant plants from around the world. The Garden’s founder, Ruth Bancroft, lived to be 109 and was a pioneer in drought-tolerant gardening. Open to the public year-round, the Garden showcases fabulous blooms during every season and highlights plant structure and texture in robust plantings.
WE ARE OPEN
We can’t wait to see you but please be advised of the following:
All visitors will be required to wear masks in the Garden and Nursery per County regulations
We’re limiting the number of visitors so the parking lot may be full and you may be asked to return later
Entry and exit areas to both the Garden and Nursery have been modified so please follow signs upon arrival
We will be reopening with reduced staff so your patience and cooperation is appreciated.
CLICK HERE here for more details regarding our reopening plans, new visitation rules and processes.
Saturday, June 6, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Saturday, May 30, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Private Rentals at the Garden
The Garden is a perfect venue for weddings, corporate events, birthdays and other special occasions. Our unique collection of mature trees, succulents and cacti provide a stunning backdrop to make your occasion unforgettable. Indoor and outdoor options available so you can have your event any time of year.
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Landscape Design Services
Available Now Virtually
Want to convert from lawn to garden but not sure where to start? We now offer landscape design consultation services ranging from a little advice to a complete plan for a whole new garden!
What’s In Bloom
Preview the plants blooming in the Garden right now. Discover which ones are for sale in the Nursery. Print this guide at home or pick one up at the Garden when you visit.
Latest Plant Highlight: Ferocactus pilosus
Most of the cacti commonly referred to as “barrel cacti” belong to the genus Ferocactus, and these are found in the southwestern United States and through much of Mexico. One of the large species is Ferocactus pilosus, found in north-central to northeastern Mexico.