$35 – $40

19th Annual Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour | April 23 & 24, 2022

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$35 – $40

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Journey through the heart of L.A. to meet plants, people, and creatures who are finding new ways to live, play, and support one another.

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METROPOLIS IN METAMORPHOSIS

After two years of virtual tours, we’re thrilled to announce that the 2022 Native Plant Garden Tour will be back in-person on April 23 & 24. Spotlighting 30+ gardens across the city, this two-day journey will bring together the plants and people that make Southern California one of the most unique and biodiverse places on the planet. Highlights include 10+ new gardens, a new stylized tour guide filled with vivid stories and interviews, and an after party at L.A. State Historic Park.

For a sneak peek, please visit nativeplantgardentour.org

PLANNING YOUR TOUR 

The gardens are divided into two groups:

  • Eastside Gardens Open Saturday, April 23 from 10 am to 5 pm
  • Westside Gardens Open Sunday, April 24 from 10 am to 5 pm

A ticket allows you into gardens on both days PLUS admission to the after party taking place at L.A. Historic Park on Sunday, April 24 from 6 pm to 10 pm.

HOW TO ATTEND

Each ticket includes admission for a single visitor to all gardens across both days, admission to the after party, and a printed color guide with addresses and driving directions. The tour is self-guided, so you can make your own itinerary and go at your own pace. Tickets and tour guides will be mailed starting in early March. Children under 16 do not require a ticket.

SPONSOR A TICKET 

Add a Sponsor Ticket to your purchase at checkout! TPF will distribute these tickets to the Foundation's school and community partners.

THEME ART 

The illustration by artist Bijou Karman depicts the endangered El Segundo blue butterfly on its exclusive host plant, the sea cliff buckwheat. This unique ecological interaction occurs in the El Segundo dunes, adjacent to the Los Angeles International Airport and the famous Theme Building, also featured in this image. The contradiction of such a specific regional ecological interaction inside a massive global city will inform the themes that we explore on this year’s tour. We’ll ask the questions:

How can we rebuild our unique ecology and preserve our precious natural resources while the city of Los Angeles continues to grow? And how can we inspire Angelenos to embrace a future that nourishes and sustains human and non-human life alike?

We’re excited to bring these questions to life through the gardens we feature, the tour guide booklet, website and conversations and events leading up to the tour weekend.

Ilustration © Bijou Karman

CONTACT THE TOUR COORDINATORS

If you have feedback or suggestions about the Tour, ideas for new gardens, or if you’d like to learn how to become a Tour sponsor, please e-mail us at gardentour@theodorepayne.org. We would love to hear from you!

PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY 

Photography permitted for personal use only. Any photos used for web or other media must be credited to the Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour.

COVID POLICY

All individuals must wear a a mask when in proximity to other community members.

If you are feeling sick or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, we urge you to stay home, regardless of vaccination status. COVID-19 symptoms include: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.

PLEASE JOIN US IN THANKING OUR GARDEN TOUR SPONSORS


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Theodore Payne Foundation inspires and educates Southern Californians about the beauty and ecological benefits of California native plant landscapes.

We are located on 22 acres of canyon land in the northeast corner of the San Fernando Valley. Our full-service native plant nursery, seed room, book store, art gallery, demonstration gardens, and hiking trails are open to the public year round. We offer garden tours and classes for adults and families, as well as field trips to TPF and in-classroom programs for children. Friendly on-leash dogs are welcome and there is no admission charge!

 

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