The Regional Parks Botanic Garden spring plant sale is a once-a-year opportunity to select from an unmatched diversity of California native plants propagated by volunteers from the Garden's collection, including trees, shrubs, groundcovers, perennials, grasses, bulbs, ferns, and annuals, as well as native plant seeds. Many of the plants offered, are not available in a commercial nursery.
The sale features plants to fit conditions in every Bay Area garden, with experts on hand to provide advice and gardening tips. Visitors may explore the Garden and benefit from horticultural advice. The terrific and tireless Regional Parks Botanic Garden volunteers organize the event, and all proceeds directly benefit the Garden.
We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. Bring boxes to carry your purchases. For directions to the garden, see our Visit the Garden page.
What: Regional Parks Botanic Garden Annual California Native Plant Sale
When: Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Rain or shine!
Where: Location: The Garden is located at the intersection of Wildcat Canyon Road and South Park Drive near the Brazil Building at Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley.
Entry: Admission is free.
Public information: 1 (888) 327-2757 or www.ebparks.org
About the Garden
The Regional Parks Botanic Garden is a naturally beautiful and tranquil living museum of California native plants. Located within Tilden Regional Park in the hills above Berkeley, California, this enchanting 10-acre garden is a sanctuary for many of the state's rare and endangered plants and a place for visitors to wander among trees, shrubs, flowers, and grasses from plant communities throughout the state.
The garden's primary role is to create beautiful landscapes displaying California's diverse plant life. Its mission embraces not only aesthetics, but also native plant conservation, public education, and horticultural experimentation designed to bring new native plants into the nursery trade.