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Join us in the Edible Garden for Museum programs. Drop by to ask the gardener a question, take a class, or just stop and smell the rosemary!
Want to visit the Edible Garden? We have open hours, so you can stroll through the garden, talk to the gardener, and maybe even taste some of the produce. At all other times the garden is closed, but you can still enjoy it from over the fence.
Open Hours TBA
Master Gardener Florence Nishida will teach gardening basics to beginning gardeners. Learn about creating good soil, watering and feeding (how much and how often) starting plants from seeds, transplanting, and making compost.
Natural History Museum, 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007
Sundays: April 7, 14, 21, 28; 1 - 4:30 pm
Members: $25 per class, $80 for all 4 classes in the series
Non-members: $30 per class, $100 for all 4 classes in the series
Discounted to $15 per class, and $50 for all 4 classes in the series for residents of zip codes 90006, 90007, 90008, 90011, 90015, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90062, 90089
Registration will begin February 11, 2013. Please call (213) 763-ED4U or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Interested in volunteering in the Edible Garden? We have opportunities to help us maintain the garden and interact with our visitors. No experience is necessary as we provide training. Duties may include:
Plant care: Everything from watering and weeding to fertilizing and pruning.
Pest management: Organic pest control measures including cultural, mechanical, and biological methods.
Composting: Care for compost piles/bins.
Education: Opportunities to interact with public during garden open hours and during weekend garden programs.
Download the full volunteer description.
Fill in a volunteer application today!
We are grateful to our Institutional Partners