Enjoy Free Garden Day At South Coast Botanic Garden Tuesday, September 15, 2020!

Enjoy Free Garden Day At South Coast Botanic Garden Tuesday, September 15, 2020!

Palos Verdes homes owners have a great opportunity to visit and enjoy one of the few locations that is still open for exercise here on the Peninsula. As many students are learning under the hybrid system, getting them out for a little exercise might be a fun family opportunity for all to enjoy.

The South Coast Botanic Garden, “The Jewel of the Peninsula,” is located here on the beautiful Palos Verdes Peninsula and has 87-acres of more than 2,500 different species of plants from as far away as Australia, the Mediterranean, and southern Africa. Popular features include a fish pond, Mediterranean Garden, AARS Rose Garden, Water-Wise Garden, Garden for the Senses, Cactus Garden, Children’s Garden, Fuchsia Garden, Dahlia Garden, Herb Garden, and Japanese Garden. There is an attractive Wedding Lawn and two Gazebos, Events Meadow, and Frances Young Auditorium available for events.

On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, you can enjoy the Free Garden Day at the SCBG, but must make an advance reservation and follow the covid rules by wearing protective face masks, and follow safe physical distancing.

If you can’t make it for the free day, the normal price for admission to the South Coast Botanic Garden is: adults $15, seniors $11, students with I.D. $11, children 5 to 12 $5, and children 4 and under are free.  Currently, you must make advance reservations for the date/time you wish to visit the Gardens because of limited entry due to the virus.  For more information or to purchase admission tickets click here.  The South Coast Botanic Garden is located at 26300 Crenshaw Boulevard, Palos Verdes Peninsula.  Due to the current situation, it is recommended that you contact the garden early to make your reservation because it does fill up.  To make your reservation for September 15, 2020, call  (310) 544-1948.

To read my prior article on the Cherry Blossom Festival click here.

Photo courtesy of the South Coast Botanic Garden

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