The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will have a Virtual Spring Garden Tour, “June Bloom, on Sunday, June 27, at 10 a.m. on Zoom –perfect for those who enjoy “armchair” gardening. Tickets are $15.
Every spring, the Club invites residents to view different yards in the area, not only to appreciate the beauty, but also to pick up gardening ideas. This was not possible last year, but the club has now organized a 90-minute tour with live commentary.
There will be a question-and-answer session with gardeners and landscapers. Prior to the tour, downline the Virtual Tour Booklet PDF. To register for a ticket go to: Click here.
A variety of garden styles and types are featured on this Virtual Tour, ranging from spacious, elegant landscaping, to well-designed smaller gardens with sustainability features such as water conservation systems and lawn replacement.
Some are low maintenance, others have specialty planting areas for flower cutting, succulents, California natives and drought-tolerant plants. Still others feature gardens with vegetables, fruit and herbs.
Proceeds will help promote the knowledge and love of gardening by education through speakers, meetings and publications. Money will also be used for projects in public school gardens and other public areas, such as supporting the trimming of coral trees along San Vicente Boulevard in Brentwood and supporting the Mountains Restoration Trust to restore land in Santa Monica Mountains.
The Palisades Garden Club, a 501 (c) (3), helps sponsor the N/E/X/T Garden, a native environmental garden in lower Temescal Canyon (below Bowdoin Street).
For a sneak preview of “June Bloom,” visit: Click here.