Regional Parks Botanic Garden has online plant sales available to the public year-round. A plant and seed list can be found on NativePlants.org to help guide your shopping needs. Expect updated inventory information to the plant and seed list every Tuesday, so that you can preplan your purchases. All purchases are final and are at a first come, first serve basis and are taken in the order they are received. Most importantly, staff will not hold plants for customers. Only confirmed payments will secure a high demand plant(s) for an eager customer. In-person shopping, or viewing will not be allowed at this time.
Orders can be made by emailing BGarden@ebparks.org Monday through Friday (orders will not be processed over the weekend). Provide a list of the plants, seeds, size, pricing, and quantity along with contact information, so that Garden staff can call for payment within 48 hours of your request. Currently, we are only accepting credit card payments. Please do not email credit card information to staff, instead feel free to call Garden staff at (510) 544-3169. Lastly, plants are sold as is and all purchases are final.
Plant and seed curbside pick-ups will be scheduled for either Wednesday, Saturday, or Sunday between 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., once your orders and payments are confirmed. Please arrive on your scheduled day of pickup. Unannounced, or unscheduled pickups will not be allowed.
Plant curbside pickups will be located on Anza View Road at the third most northern gate. Look for signs for additional direction. Please do not enter the gate on Wildcat Canyon Road. This gate is strictly for visitors who are registered to visit the garden only. Registered visitors will not be allowed to walk through the garden to pick up their orders.
Customers who are picking up their plant orders are required to drive up to the site on Anza View Road and remain in their vehicle until instructed by staff to exit their vehicle. Please do not park and walk up to the curbside pickup gate. Plants will be added to the plant list every week. To view new additions and updates to inventory, please visit NativePlants.org every Tuesday.
« Back to Regional Parks Botanic Garden