Bloom Blast from Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
July 10, 2015
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One of our identified values, and a component of our mission, is to protect the plants and natural environment on the land we occupy. This often means taking an active role in managing certain areas for specific outcomes related to habitat.

Recent mowing of the Coastal Prairie on the south end of the property reduced potential fuel load in the understory of the cypress grove, serving as a fire break. Mowing on the north side is helping reduce invasive, non-native sweet vernal and velvet grasses, significantly improving habitat allowing native flora to reseed. Gardener and Naturalist Mario Abreu has seen significant populations of native wild onion, brodiaea, woolly sunflower, blue-eyed grass, coast buckwheat, and Castilleja latifolia ssp. mendocinensis, or Mendocino Coast Paintbrush (listed as endangered in California), returning to this carefully managed area.

: In Bloom : 

Late RhododendronsPerennials . Coastal Wildflowers
Heaths . Summer Heathers . Heritage Roses
Woodland Fuchsias . Succulent Garden

Pack Rat Sale

Saturday, July 11
8am to 4pm

Gardens North Parking Lot

Come and find your favorite new treasure at the annual FOG Pack Rat Sale, "the greatest yard sale on the coast!" Organized and staffed by our wonderful volunteers, the Sale is an important fundraiser for the Gardens; every dime raised goes to the welfare of the Gardens.
Everything from housewares and collectibles, to tools, furniture, books, music, movies and so much more, there is a "find" waiting for you! We'll see you Saturday!
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Advance Tickets for
Art - Music - Wine - Beer - Food
and Fun!
Saturday, August 1, 11am to 5pm
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