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SAVE THE DATE!

After two years of virtual tours, we’re thrilled to announce that the 2022 Garden Tour will be back in person on April 23rd and 24th.

Spotlighting an array of public and private gardens across the city, this two-day journey will bring together the plants and people that make Southern California one of the most unique and biodiverse places on the planet.

APPLY TO BE A FEATURED GARDEN  |  BECOME A SPONSOR

Our online store features our entire inventory for in-store pickup or shipping (Plants available for in-store pickup only). In-store pick up hours are Tuesday-Saturday 8:30AM – 4:30PM. Click here to shop online.

Support TPF

Theodore Payne Foundation is a non-profit organization that relies on our community to help advance our mission through tax deductible donations, memberships, and volunteering. Thank you for your support.

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Why Native Plants?

12 Reasons | Plant Guides

 

CLASSES & EVENTS

Aug 6 & 7: Dog Days of Summer Clearance Sale

Aug 7: Right Plant, Right Place

See all upcoming classes at theodorepayne.eventbrite.com

Theodore Payne Foundation acknowledges that it sits on the traditional village of Wiqánga, the ancestral home of the Wiqánvitam who are now known as the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians.

We acknowledge our neighbors: Tongva, Chumash, Tataviam, Kitanemuk and Serrano, the original stewards of what is now Los Angeles County. We are committed to uplifting the names of these lands and community members from the over 200 California First Nations who reside alongside us and honor their Traditional Ecological Knowledge.