This year, our Mother's Day Champagne Brunch and Lunch events are nestled among our new and fragrant Secrets of Sage Exhibit in the California Natives Container Garden. Sit amid a display of amazing Salvia species ('true sages') to set the tone for an unforgettable dining experience during this one of a kind exhibit.
Seating is limited for this exclusive annual event celebrating Mothers. You'll enjoy fantastic food, superb table service and a dining atmosphere only possible at California's Native Garden; listen to live music performed by Steve Rushingwind and don't forget the giveaways we have in store for Moms at each table. Tickets inlcude free Garden admission and FREE tickets to our popular Butterfly Pavilion for your party on Mother's Day. The Butterfly Pavilion is open 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Complimentary tram service to and from the venue will be available beginning at 8:30 a.m. for Brunch and 11:30 for Lunch.
Guests are also welcome to have their family photograph taken by photographer Sonja Stump of Sonja Stump Photography; No sitting fee; photo proofs can be viewed online and purchased after the event.
Ticket prices for Brunch or Lunch:
Member: Adult $48 / Child (ages 3-12) $30
Public: Adult $65 / Child (ages 3-12) $40
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Sunday, April 19, 1-4 p.m.
Check in begins 10 a.m. at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (Tour Gardens are available for viewing from 1-4 p.m.)
Claremont Eclectic: A Tour of Six Local Gardens provides a unique opportunity to visit six outstanding and varied local gardens. If you are interested in inventive Claremont landscaping, you won't want to miss this! The tour is Sunday, April 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. and the price of the ticket ($20) includes admission to Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden on April 19 and one additional day pass (must be used within 30 days of event date). Ticket holders are welcomed to enjoy the Annual Wildflower Show event also occurring on April 19 at the Garden before going on the tour.
Tickets may be purchased online up to the night before the tour, in person in advance at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden's Admissions Kiosk, Claremont Heritage (located in the Garner House at Memorial Park), or Rio de Ojas and Vom Fass (located in the Claremont Village). If tickets remain available on the day of the event (April 19) they will be sold at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.
Garden Tour Ticket holders can pick up a brochure and tour map at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden beginning at 10 a.m. on Sunday April 19 (RSABG opens at 8 a.m., ticket holders are also welcome to enjoy the Garden before 10 a.m. as well.)
Please note the Tour Gardens are available for viewing from 1-4 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Sustainable Claremont Garden Club and Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. Tickets are limited, get yours today!
Enjoy live music, a farm to table dinner, and silent and live auctions, all to benefit the conservation, horticulture, and educational programs of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.
Gold Cup Tree Poppy, watercolor, 12"x18" copyright 2014 Eric Davis
Native Landscape Consultation for your home, with RSABG Director of Horticulture Peter Evans
Go Behind the Gates of Tejon Ranch, an overnight trip led by RSABG's Nick Jensen
Coronado Island 4-day Retreat, provided by Mary and Hank Perera
Audobon Print from Original Plates, contributed by Dr. Lee W. Lenz
We are pleased to offer an exciting selection of Garden-inspired auction items in advance of our May 3 Garden with a View fundraiser. Each item is selected with Garden friends in mind! Bid now for the opportunity for VIP Garden access, to learn more about California native plants, and to enjoy Garden-themed items and unique experiences. Click here to start bidding.
Dinner & Entertainment
Farm to table dinner by Primal Alchemy, "cooking what nature provides" using California-grown fresh, sustainable, organic foods. Wine by Gainey Vineyard.
Live music by Michael Ryan and Ken Soderlund.
Remarks by RSABG Volunteer Cindy Walkenbach.
The beautiful foliage, meandering pathways and mountain vistas found at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden are sure to help make your event memorable. A vibrant landscape of plants and art welcome visitors throughout the year.
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden offers beautiful, inspired garden settings and experienced, professional support to help you orchestrate an extraordinary event!
Our caterer Gourmet Gourmet Catering, Inc. is ready to provide you with delicious cuisine and friendly, expert assistance with creative décor, set-up, equipment and event-day service. You may also contact Gourmet Gourmet directly at (909) 920-6400.
Photography in the Garden
Please read our Photography Policy here.
The Garden's venues offer both indoor and outdoor settings, large or small and the set up options are as unique as your event! Capacity varies from site to site and range from 10 to 500 guests.
Our largest venue is a spacious open-air location, featuring beautiful views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Located adjacent the RSABG Administration Building, the courtyard can accommodate 400 guests in theater-style seating or more than 200 comfortably at tables for a banquet.
California Natives Container Garden
Located on the west side of Indian Hill Mesa this open-air venue features a custom designed pergola with colorful shade sails. Architectural partitions showcase a collection of beautiful container plants. Surrounded by mature trees and mountain views, the Container Garden seats more than 150 theater-style or 100 for a comfortable meal.
California Cultivar Garden
Located in the heart of the Garden, the Cultivar Garden is a beautiful two-acre space that features gazebos, a reflecting pool, fountain and mountain views. Covered by native California grape vines, the large gazebo seats 40 guests. The small gazebo, ideal for an intimate ceremony or gathering, features a contemporary sculpture and can accommodate 10 to 15 people.
Walter and Gracie Lantz Outdoor Classroom
A versatile covered structure, the Lantz Outdoor Classroom can be transformed for any occasion. Brick red canvas walls can be retracted to create an open-sided ramada or pulled down to define a private event space. The space seats up to 120 theater-style or 60 comfortably at tables, and is equipped for audio-visual presentations.
Explore other locations
Explore the many other garden settings RSABG has to offer, including the Thorne Council Ring, Percy Everett Fern Garden Upper Pond or Benjamin Pond.
Classroom Spaces and Conference Rooms: The East Classroom and Lenz Horticultural Classroom, two indoor venues at the Garden, are perfect for corporate retreats, meetings or workshops and accommodate up to 50 people. The Garden’s Administration Building also has two conference rooms available for groups up to 12.