The 10th annual Gardens Gone Native tour features twenty-six California native plant gardens. Gardens are comprised predominantly of California native plants and exemplars of urban native plant landscaping. These gardens feature various ways in which native plants can be used. Some are professionally designed for a formal look while others are more functional and are a mix use of natives, food production, and living spaces. Each garden is unique but most include wildlife habitat and rain water capture and usage. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask garden hosts about their choices and challenges.

Note: You will receive the map and tour brochure information about a week before the tour begins.