Bring the Beauty of Nature Home

The Theodore Payne Foundation Online store makes it easy to shop our products from your computer or mobile device. Order seeds, books, clothing, garden tools and more to ship directly to your door. You can also shop our extensive plant availability and pick up in person at our Sun Valley headquarters.​

Plants are available for in-store pick up only, or you can visit us Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM to shop in-store. We are closed Sunday and Monday.

TPF’s Job Board

Are you interested in hiring skilled native plant landscapers to care for your garden or work for your company? The TPF Job Board connects ecologically and sustainable-minded landscapers with companies and clients committed to the same goals. Jobs can be posted by anyone with an opportunity in SoCal focused on California native plants.

Are you a professional or aspiring landscaper interested in joining PEP? Click here to apply for PEP membership.

The Superbloom Collection is Here!

​Superblooms are one of the most incredible botanical events on Earth. In California, wet winters cause dormant seeds to spring into life, leading to explosions of wildflowers across the state.

Our Superbloom capsule collection is inspired by this unique phenomenon, so you can bring home and remember the vastness, beauty, and diversity of nature.

Explore the collection | Learn more

Eschscholzia californica var. maritima

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.

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.