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A CURATED TOUR OF FLORENCE BIXBY’S GARDENS

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Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens

6400 East Bixby Hill Road

Long Beach, CA 90815

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A CURATED TOUR OF FLORENCE BIXBY’S GARDENS
September 9, 2017
2:30 p.m.
$5 per person
Advance Reservations Required

Join us for a delightful tour of the historic gardens at Rancho Los Alamitos. There’s no better time to enjoy the Rancho’s nationally recognized gardens which were planned and executed in the early decades of the 20th century under the careful guidance of owner Florence Green Bixby using outstanding landscape architects and plantsmen of the era, including the Olmsted Brothers, William Hertrich, Florence Yoch, Paul J. Howard, and Allen Chickering.

Your guide will be the Rancho’s own historic gardens expert, Janet Brown Becker. Ms. Becker has a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture with an emphasis in California garden design and history from UC Berkeley. She studied under the Rancho’s preeminent landscape architectural consultants, Russell Beatty and David Streatfield. Ms. Becker oversees the historic interpretation, curatorial documentation and horticultural integrity of the Rancho’s gardens.

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SPACE IS LIMITED. The tour is appropriate for adults and interested teens. Please allow 2 hours for your tour. Allow more time if you would like to visit the Barnyard, Rancho Center and Gift Shop. Visitors will be on their feet, standing and walking for the entire tour. Comfortable shoes are a must, preferably with closed toes. A hat and drinking water are advisable. Reservations are not refundable, but may be transferred. Upon arrival, please assemble outside the Rancho Gift Shop.

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6400 East Bixby Hill Road

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