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This fall to spring program will offer monthly bird walks led by California Naturalist and Audubon member Randy Hardwood. We will stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants. Participants will also listen to the calls and songs, and potentially observe nesting as the seasons progress. Meet[…]

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drought tolerant plants

Please join us for a workshop focused on drought-tolerant plants, presented by the Water Replenishment District of Southern California. This workshop is free but requires RSVP. For more information, or to sign up, contact Monica Sijder at (562) 275-4234 or msijder@wrd.org.

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Please join us for a workshop in edible gardening, presented by the Water Replenishment District of Southern California. This workshop is free but requires RSVP. For more information, or to sign up, contact Monica Sijder at (562) 275-4234 or msijder@wrd.org.

Please join us for a workshop in sustainable landscape design, presented by the Water Replenishment District of Southern California. This workshop is free but requires RSVP. For more information, or to sign up, contact Monica Sijder at (562) 275-4234 or msijder@wrd.org.

This fall to spring program will offer monthly bird walks led by California Naturalist and Audubon member Randy Hardwood. We will stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants. Participants will also listen to the calls and songs, and potentially observe nesting as the seasons progress. Meet[…]

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hypertufa pots planted with succulents

Create one-of-a-kind planters at our Hypertufa pot workshop led by Steven Gerischer. Hypertufa is composite material that your plants will love to live in — it has many of the same benefits of stone pottery but is much less heavy. This is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty. Each participant will bring home[…]

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This fall to spring program will offer monthly bird walks led by California Naturalist and Audubon member Randy Hardwood. We will stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants. Participants will also listen to the calls and songs, and potentially observe nesting as the seasons progress. Meet[…]

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fallugia

Apache Plume, Fallugia paradoxa, is October’s plant of the moment. Our is located in a pot by the Visitor Center. An evergreen shrub native to the deserts, this member of the rose family displays lovely white flowers that look like a mini version of an old-fashioned single rose. Rather than developing a typical rose hip or even[…]

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Plant expert Frank McDonough visits the Rancho from his home base at the Los Angeles Arboretum to discuss African Plants. Learn about these warm-weather plants’ journeys to California.