Plants, Passion, Propagation: A Horticultural Tour of Sonoma

This is a two day conference and tour celebrating the horticultural heritage of Sonoma County “the chosen spot,” as Luther Burbank wrote in 1875, “of all this earth as far as Nature is concerned.”  Lectures and tours feature: Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, Valley of the Moon, Wildwood Farm, Quarryhill Botanical Garden, California Flora Nursery, and Western Hills Garden.

A program of the California Garden & Landscape History Society. The California Garden and Landscape History Society is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization devoted to celebrating the beauty and diversity of California’s historic gardens and landscapes. It holds an annual conference at diverse locations around California. the conference focuses on the landscape history of a region.  Lectures, receptions, tours of private and public gardens as well as cultural landscapes are highlights of the conference.  Opportunities are offered to visit archives, nurseries, and to network with people of similar interests at receptions, luncheons, and tours.

For more information, and to register, visit the Conference webpage.

Fees: There are a range of prices depending on CGLHS membership and registration date. That information is also available on the conference website.