Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers and Native Plants
View our Nursery Inventory - updated every Thursday
KCRW’s Which Way LA? reports on drought and lawns. Read
La Canada Valley Sun visits Lisa Novick's garden and dispels myths about native gardens. Read
Sponsor a brick for the front walk! Details
The Santa Clarita Valley Signal - Reports on conversion of Newhall yard Read
TPF seeks Nursery Sales Associate (Part-Time). Details
Notice: The west-bound off-ramp for La Tuna Canyon Road is closed through late April. See options here
KTLA - Gayle Anderson covers Poppy Days Plant Sale Read
NEW! Sponsor a brick for the front walk! See Details
$250 - $500 - $1000
In The Art Gallery
Mara Lonner: So much, nothing
March 21 to June 27, 2015
Saturday, April 18, 10:00-4:00
North Hollywood Park
Kids’ activities, sustainable food, local artists & musicians, e-waste recycling, native plants, green demos
Saturday, April 18, 9:00-4:00
Sepulveda Garden Center
16633 Magnolia Bl., Encino 91316
Talks, displays, book and plant sales!
Cosponsored by TPF and the California Native Plant Society, LA/Santa Monica Mts. Chapter
PREVIOUSLY AT TPF
Thanks to everyone who came out!
You can see an archive of the gardens here
Wild Flower Hotline
The TPF Wild Flower Hotline is updated each Friday. Download Here
Discover the Beauty of California Native Plants
The Theodore Payne Foundation, established 1960, operates a year-round, retail nursery offering the region’s largest and most interesting selection of California native plants – hundreds of different species and cultivars, many of which are drought tolerant and low maintenance. Our Education Center and Outreach programs offer classes and field trips for adults and children.
Our mission is to preserve, propagate and promote California native plants, seeds and wild flowers – native treasures that conserve water and other resources, provide habitat for wildlife, and add color and fragrance to the garden. Our Sun Valley grounds in the NE corner of the San Fernando Valley (map) are a great place to visit. The TPF store stocks books, seeds, garden tools and more. You’ll also find an art gallery, picnic area, hiking trails and expert staff to answer questions about native plants. On-leash dogs are welcome. There is no admission fee.