Discover the unexpected at California's native garden
California Garden Gift Shop is open year-round, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and is located in the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Administration Building. For more information call (909) 625-8767 ext. 200. Admission to the shop at the Garden is free.
The Garden Shop is an inspiring place for home and garden decor, a delicious selection of gourmet foods, books, gifts and treasures to keep.
Our shop hopes to further the visitor's knowledge and appreciation of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden by providing merchandise that relates to and reflects current exhibitions and collections of the Garden.
- Plants and native California wildflower seeds
- Beautiful collection of clothing and accessories
- Natural, whole foods—sweet and savory
- Special treasures and affordable keepsakes from California's native garden
Each item is personally selected by our shop manager to reflect the Garden’s core values of sustainable utilization, conservation and study of California’s native plants. All purchases from the California Garden Shop provide financial support to the Garden and its programs.
RSABG members receive a 10 percent discount off purchases.
Processing Seeds of California Native Plants for Conservation, Storage, and Restoration
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Title: Processing Seeds of California Native Plants for Conservation, Storage, and Restoration (Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden occasional publications ; no. 10) CD-ROM – January 1, 2009
Authors: Michael Wall (Author), John MacDonald (Photographer)
Summary: This CD manual focuses on the seed processing steps that precede - and are necessary for - successful propagation and long-term seed storage. It targets California native plants and plants native to northern Baja California, Mexico, but the general techniques are applicable also to other physiologically or taxonomically related species. Color photographs provide concise and informative views of seed processing equipment and activities, and of the seeds themselves as seen under a light microscope.