The APA will host a Tree Walk at Quarryhill Botanical Garden and you are invited. Our walk will be a docent led tour of the Asian collection.
Tree Walks are free to APA members. These Walks are a benefit of membership and are meant to be fun, and informative social events.
Quarryhill contains one of the largest collections of scientifically documented, wild-source Asian plants in North America and Europe--approximately 25,000 plants, including over 1500 individual species. It is really a living museum of Asian flora. These plants represent the ancestors of horticultural favorites found throughout the western world: roses, camellias, lilies, peonies, magnolias, rhododendrons, maples, dogwoods and many more.
Quarryhill is a 25-acre botanical garden of mature, flowering plants from Asia. Magnolias, dogwoods, maples, birches, roses, lilies, rhododendrons, and many others grace the garden's paths with hidden places to sit and relax, while surrounded by ponds, waterfalls, and vistas of the Sonoma Valley. We welcome visitors year round to enjoy our Asian woodland garden, where all seasons in the garden have their own beauty.
Date: Sunday December 10th.
Cost: Free for APA members!
Location: Quarryhill Botanical Garden is located just off Highway 12 in the Sonoma Valley. 12841 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen
Please bring your lunch and we will have a picnic at the garden.
There are 15 spots available for the tour. Please RSVP to Randall Lee at email@example.com or 510-864-0841 for directions and any questions.
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