West Adams Native Garden Tour
Saturday, April 13
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Get inspired by landscapes created in harmony with Southern California’s climate, soil, natural vegetation, and native wildlife at WAHA’s Second Annual West Adams Native Gardens Tour on Saturday, April 13.
The self-guided (driving) tour showcases ten private gardens that feature native plants in historical settings throughout the West Adams District. The gardens on the tour will demonstrate reduced water use, reduced (or eliminated) chemical and pesticide use, improved habitat and benefits for birds and bees, and the unique aesthetic appeal of gardens designed with California native plants.
To purchase Tickets at Eventbrite, click here.
Early Bird Ticket Prices are:
WAHA Members, $20
General Public, $24
Tickets after April 4 or at the Check-In location, $30 (all visitors)
Or, mail a check (made out to WAHA) to WAHA Garden Tour, 2263 S. Harvard Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90018.
(Tickets are non-refundable; please let us know if you cannot attend, and your payment will be considered as a donation to WAHA's preservation and education efforts.)
Last ticket sold at 1:30 p.m.; doors (or, rather, “gates”) close at 4 p.m. Please note that visitors will be driving to each of the gardens, which are located in neighborhoods throughout the Historic West Adams District, from Jefferson Park to Van Buren Place, West Adams Avenues to Oxford Square – with Check-In in Lafayette Square. So do give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the gardens.
Check in at 1651 Virginia Rd. in Lafayette Square (Los Angeles 90019).
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