Charles L. Honn Botanical Garden
Stroll along paved paths through native plants and trees in the Charles L. Honn Botanical Garden. Linger in the Victorian Gazebo or rest among the foliage while enjoying the rustic beauty of this living collection. An approved site for Master Gardener volunteer work, the Garden contains identified California native specimen trees and plants and is an important local refuge for native bees and butterflies. See map and technical description and information about low-water gardening. The Botanical Garden is open during Museum hours and is available for school and tour groups. The Gazebo and Gardens are available to our members use for special events. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Bee and Butterflies on July 16 - See the new brochure on the importance of our native bees; also see HelpaBee.org Join us for an educational day about Bees and Butterflies on Sunday July 16 from 1 - 4 PM.