Sonoma Garden Park

Sonoma Garden Park is a 6.1 acre public garden located at 19996 7th St E, Sonoma, CA, 95476 and is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

707.996.0712 ext. 130

Celebrating 30 years with Sonoma Ecology Center

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Sonoma Ecology Center’s partnership with the City of Sonoma in managing Sonoma Garden Park.

Ways to Volunteer at Sonoma Garden Park

Volunteers play a vital role in building and maintaining Sonoma Garden Park. Join a community of warm and welcoming volunteers while growing your gardening knowledge!

1. Sonoma Garden Park Volunteer Hours

  • Mondays 9:00 am-12:00 pm — General Garden Park Volunteering. Drop-in allowed.
  • Wednesdays 9:00 am-12:00 pm — General Garden Park and Native Plant Nursery Volunteering. Drop-in allowed.
  • Fridays 9:00 am-12:00 pm — General Garden Park and Native Plant Nursery Volunteering. Drop-in allowed.
    • Every third Friday Volunteer Workday and Social 9:00 am-12:00 pm. This is a great opportunity to meet existing and new volunteers. After work, enjoy a light lunch provided by Sonoma Ecology Center.
  • Saturdays 9:00 am-12:00 pm — General Garden Park Volunteering. Drop-in allowed.

If you’re planning on becoming a regular volunteer, please create an account with Better Impact below (5 minutes). For questions, please email volunteer@sonomaecologycenter.org.

2. Fill out specialized spots!

Join the chicken team! Email volunteer@sonomaecologycenter.org to learn how you can join our various volunteer teams.

3. Set up a volunteering time & corporate volunteering

Corporate volunteering provides a great way to boost company’s morale, brand’s reputation and trust, and creates an outlet for employees to engage with each other and the community. At Sonoma Ecology Center, we offer open drop-in hours where groups can come to volunteer at the picturesque, 6.1 acre public park, or set up a private volunteering event. Let your organization know of our volunteering opportunities and set up a corporate volunteering event by emailing volunteer@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Saturday Harvest Markets

Harvest Markets are every Saturday, 9:00 am-12:00 pm. The Harvest Market is a great place to pick up produce, flowers, and eggs harvested from our 6.1 acre sustainable garden. We also sell local honey and olive oil. The market now accepts credit cards. Remember to bring your reusable shopping bag!

Sonoma Native Plant Nursery

Our Restoration team manages an in-house native plant nursery at Sonoma Garden Park. Through the nursery we offer more than 80 native species and are able to propagate thousands of plants every year, replanting areas in Sonoma Valley and beyond.

We contract grow for selected projects for which we conduct watershed-specific propagule collection. Our plants are grown in a variety of container stock (4” plugs, 6” plugs, tree band, D40, D60, 1 gallon, tree pots, or 5 gallon) to meet the needs of the project.

Plants are produced following Best Management Practices (BMP) protocols in clean facilities with sterilized pots and soils on metal tables under rigorous pathogen prevention standards. We conduct regular Phytophthora testing and can outsource lab work for plant materials from restoration sites or nursery stock. Our nursery is registered with the California Department of Food and Agriculture and complies with the Nursery Stock Registration and Certification Programs.

Weekly Native Plant Sale every Friday, 12:00-3:00 pm, beginning April 14, 2023: We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Children’s Play Area

The park’s newest feature, the Children’s Play Area features a variety of engaging and interactive play structures, including a climbing wall, slide, and swings, all made from natural materials. Through the generous donation of the Wedekind Family and the dedication of volunteer Mark Gonzalves, who donated his time and expertise to design and build the play area, the park was able to provide a much-needed play area for local children to enjoy. 

Learn About Water-Wise Low-Impact Design at Sonoma Garden Park

The Sonoma Garden Park Low-Impact Design demonstrations, built in collaboration with Sonoma County UC Master Gardeners show ways that gardens can be designed to minimize water use. Try the Sonoma Garden Park’s Low-Impact Design (LID) walking tour! This self-guided tour describes the many Low Impact Design features on display around the park. Replicate these designs home for simple, beautiful, and effective drought-tolerant landscaping!

Get the Low Impact Design brochure.

  

UC Master Gardener Program

The UC Master Gardeners of Sonoma County developed and maintain the Water-wise Demonstration garden at Sonoma Garden Park. These Water-wise features show how plants with low water needs could be planted within a garden setting, thus giving the garden visitors a chance to see how they might have a planted garden space without the need to water often.

The UC Master Gardeners of Sonoma County and their young gardening visitors also created the Children’s Garden, a special place where families can come to play, taste and learn about gardens. Learn more about their projects and workshops at Sonoma Garden Park.

Rent a Community Garden Plot

Email garden@sonomaecologycenter.org to check on availability. 

Prices: Starting in 2025, our prices are $1.33 per square feet.

  • Cost includes the use of garden tools, compost, water, and discounted registration fees for workshops to learn more about sustainable gardening.
  • We rent out/renew 37 garden plots every spring.
  • Spaces are rented on an annual basis.
  • In addition to the annual fee, each plot holder is responsible for 20 volunteer hours at Sonoma Garden Park for the year. You may opt out of the volunteer requirements for an additional fee to support the volunteer programming at Sonoma Garden Park.

Event Rental

Sonoma Garden Park is available to rent for modest, quiet events of 60 or fewer people. Just minutes away from the center of Sonoma, this beautiful outdoor location is a hidden gem!

To learn more about event rentals at Sonoma Garden Park, reach out to garden staff during volunteer hours, or email garden@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Education Programs at Sonoma Garden Park

Sonoma Garden Park is the venue of our K-6 Watershed Education Program and Fieldtrips, Enviroleader Program, and Spring and Summer Science Camps. An ideal venue to learn about the interactions between humans and the environment, Sonoma Garden Park provides offers multiple education opportunities for all ages throughout the year.

History of Sonoma Garden Park

Sonoma Garden Park was originally the property of Pauline Bond, a Sonoma schoolteacher who gave the land to the City of Sonoma in 1977 with the agreement that it remains a public park. In 1993, Sonoma Ecology Center entered into an agreement with the City of Sonoma to take over regular operation of the 6.1 acre park, and began to grow it from a bare lot to its current lush grounds of orchards, gardens and public gathering places.

Improvements were made over time, including a Straw Bale Barn built in 1994, a Native Plant Nursery built in 2012, and Low Impact Design features added in 2017. In 2019, the City of Sonoma approved our new Master Plan Update, guaranteeing that this beloved park will continue to be an essential community gathering place for many years to come.

All through the growing season, Sonoma Garden Park hosts a Harvest Market in its Straw Bale Barn every Saturday from 9 am to noon, where the garden’s abundant produce — fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and eggs from our chickens — is sold. For the multitude of public workshops, classes, camps, and other events held at Sonoma Garden Park, see our events calendar.

Sonoma Garden Park has changed a great deal over the years. Here are some key milestones:

1994: The Straw Bale Barn

Bruce Maxwell, a Sonoma Ecology Center volunteer, designed and supervised the construction of the Straw Bale Barn. Using almost entirely donated materials (including the roof trusses which were provided by All Truss, a local truss maker), the barn was built over the course of numerous volunteer workdays covering different phases: foundation pouring, straw bale wall installation, roof installation, stucco application, and clay floor installation. Everything in the barn is original except the clay floor, which was replaced around 2012. The redwood doors and siding were salvaged from the Dolcini family barn, once located where Adele Harrison Middle School now stands.

2007-09: Children’s Discovery Trail

This project was funded by Whitney and Janet Evans, local philanthropists who wanted to bring some of the joy of gardens they shared with their children to the people of Sonoma. The Children’s Discovery Trail currently consists of three locations and interactive panels meant to inspire and educate children about butterflies, birds, and bees.

2012: The Native Plant Nursery

An initial shade structure at the Garden Park was designed by long-time Sonoma Ecology Center Restoration Project Manager Mark Newhouser and built out of salvaged decking with volunteer labor in 2008. Soon after that, we began work on a state-of-the-art greenhouse, built mostly by volunteers over three years and finished in 2012. The Sonoma Native Plant Nursery, which now grows most of the plants for Sonoma Ecology Center’s restoration work, was funded by numerous sources, including Sonoma Rotary, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, MGP, nursery funds, Americorps labor, Audiss Electric, Boden Plumbing, Berger Concrete, Impact 100, and the City of Sonoma.

2012: Conservation Easement

A Conservation Easement, established through Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District (Ag+Open Space), protects the land and provides exclusions from certain types of development on the land, in perpetuity. Land must be maintained as publicly-accessible open space for recreation, agriculture, and habitat conservation purposes. The easement established eligibility for Sonoma Garden Park to receive funding through the District’s matching grant program, and has funded two phases of infrastructure development to date. Projects in those grants included the completion of an ADA pathway network, new signs, drinking water fountains, oak woodland restoration, and a native plant nursery garden.

2015: ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Pathway

The City of Sonoma funded a pathway system in 2007. A more permanent set of pathways, incorporating the old pathway as a foundation, was completed with funding by Ag+Open Space district’s matching grant program. These ADA pathways mean our park is a place everyone can enjoy.

2017: Low Impact Design (LID) features and Park Upgrades

Sonoma County Water Agency funded a project to provide a demonstration of LID infrastructure. These design features manage stormwater runoff so that it stays on the land, and infiltrates and recharges groundwater. Water also filters through vegetation and gravel to remove sediment and chemical pollutants before it enters streams and other bodies of water. Managed stormwater can also be stored and utilized for landscape uses. The project is intended to inspire, so that others might adopt these practices as simple, economical features that landowners can build or easily retrofit themselves.

2023: Children’s Play Area

Sonoma Garden Park’s tagline, “It Takes a Community” is exemplified in this newest feature—in addition to the financial support of the Wedekinds family, the Children’s Play Area was made possible by volunteer Mark Gonzalves, who designs nature-based play spaces through the lens of children, and donated hundreds of hours of his time and effort to the project.

2023 And Beyond:

Today, Sonoma Garden Park shows the fruits of our labor in every sense. Beloved features at the Garden Park include the seasonal Saturday Harvest Market, Native Plant Nursery, community garden plots, community workshops, and the many longstanding youth education activities such as school field trips, EnviroLeaders and Summer Science Camps.

Sonoma Ecology Center is also working on the future of Sonoma Garden Park, and is currently working with the City of Sonoma and the community to update its Master Plan to bring improvements to the park, including the inclusion of the “Grandmother Tree” and the old homestead area, an education office and classroom, and public restrooms.

See above for a great video on our educational programs at Sonoma Garden Park — plus a visit to the Garden Park in 2016 by legendary Bay Area traveler Doug McConnell.

Sonoma Ecology Center does its work on the traditional territories of the Wappo, Miwok, and Pomo peoples, who have stewarded this land for generations.

Calendar of Events

Feb
23
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Feb 23 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Mar
1
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 1 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Mar
8
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 8 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Mar
10
Sun
Discover the Healing Power of Nature with Simone York @ Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 10 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Discover the Healing Power of Nature with Simone York @ Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

We invite you to a serene and rejuvenating experience amidst the beauty of nature at Sonoma Garden Park. Led by Simone York, an ANFT certified forest therapy guide, this 2-hour guided session is designed to help you slow down, engage your senses, and deepen your connection with the natural world.

Our Spring nature therapy series will take place on:

  • Sunday February 18, 2024
  • Sunday March 10, 2024
  • Sunday April 14, 2024
  • Sunday May 12, 2024
  • The event will take place 9:00-11:00 am every session.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Immerse yourself in the healing power of nature.
  • Discover tranquility and inner calm.
  • Cultivate a deeper connection with the environment and yourself.
  • Enjoy a shared tea session at the conclusion.

This event is suitable for participants of all ages and fitness levels. No prior experience is necessary. We will be limiting the group to 15 participants to ensure an intimate experience, so be sure to reserve your spot early.

If you would like to inquire for more information, please reach out to our guide, Simone York, at sonomavalleywellness@gmail.com.

About the location: Sonoma Garden Park is a sanctuary nestled in eastern Sonoma, and a public park currently managed by Sonoma Ecology Center in collaboration with the City of Sonoma and other partners. The park serves as a recreational haven, a vital resource for preserving the area’s natural beauty, and an example of water conservation and sustainable landscaping. Spanning across 6.1 acres, this remarkable property boasts diverse ecosystems alongside sustainable agricultural and landscaping systems, making it an invaluable asset to Sonoma Valley. Learn more about Sonoma Garden Park here.

We are pleased to inform you that there is no cost associated with this outing, thanks to the generous support of the voters of Sonoma County who fund the endeavors of Ag + Open Space through a quarter-cent sales tax.

Mar
15
Fri
Sonoma Garden Park Volunteer Workday | Día de trabajo voluntario cada tercer viernes del mes @ Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 15 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sonoma Garden Park Volunteer Workday | Día de trabajo voluntario cada tercer viernes del mes @ Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

Every 3rd Friday of the month from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm we welcome existing and new volunteers for a fun morning of work and community building at Sonoma Garden Park. Depending on the season activities include prepping fields, planting, harvesting, weeding, pruning trees and prepping produce for the seasonal Saturday Harvest market. 

Join us for a fun opportunity to enjoy the bounty of each season, and to share and learn from other gardeners. Existing and new volunteers are encouraged to attend—no experience is necessary! Please be sure to bring your gardening gloves, hat, SPF and water. At noon you enjoy a light garden fresh lunch at our shady picnic area provided by Sonoma Ecology Center as a thank you to our wonderful volunteers!

Los voluntarios juegan un papel vital en el Garden Park. ¡Te invitamos a ensuciarte las manos cada tercer viernes de mes! Únete a nosotros de 9:00 am. a 12:00 pm y conoce a los voluntarios existentes y nuevos. Las actividades incluyen deshierbe, siembra, poda y cosecha. Después del trabajo, disfruta de un almuerzo ligero proporcionado por el Centro Ecológico de Sonoma.

Sonoma Garden Park está ubicado en 19996 7th St E, Sonoma, CA 95476 y es un proyecto del Sonoma Ecology Center.

Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 15 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Mar
16
Sat
Spring Equinox Visioning: Identity Mapping and Charting Your Future @ Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Spring Equinox Visioning: Identity Mapping and Charting Your Future @ Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

Join us in celebrating the upcoming Spring Equinox at our Visioning event: Identity Mapping and Charting Your Future on March 16, 10:00 am-1:00 pm. 

Let’s gain inspiration from Earth’s seasonal transformation. Participants will go from wandering to getting in touch with deep identity traits and inner tools. We will begin with a garden walk and guided meditation in the outdoor yoga studio, using somatic connections as a tool to get in touch with ourselves. After, we will stroll the springtime awakening lavender labyrinth. Then, after journaling in the oak woodlands, we will spread out at picnic tables and engage in developing a unique and functional work of self-expressive art. Using paper, printed images, watercolor wash, writing and sketches, you will get a chance to work on envisioning future milestones. At the end of the event, you will have a finished identity map, or have gained inspiration and direction for how to bring your dreams into reality.

This event is for ages 16 and above.

If possible, please bring pictures or clipped images that inspire you or magazines for cutting from. Light refreshments will be provided. Please bring a mug or water bottle and wear shoes for uneven terrain.

About the location: Sonoma Garden Park is a sanctuary nestled in eastern Sonoma, and a public park currently managed by Sonoma Ecology Center in collaboration with the City of Sonoma and other partners. The park serves as a recreational haven, a vital resource for preserving the area’s natural beauty, and an example of water conservation and sustainable landscaping. Spanning across 6.1 acres, this remarkable property boasts diverse ecosystems alongside sustainable agricultural and landscaping systems, making it an invaluable asset to Sonoma Valley. Learn more about Sonoma Garden Park here.

We are pleased to inform you that there is no cost associated with this outing, thanks to the generous support of the voters of Sonoma County who fund the endeavors of Ag + Open Space through a quarter-cent sales tax.

Mar
22
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 22 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Mar
29
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Mar 29 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Apr
5
Fri
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park
Apr 5 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Weekly California Native Plant Sale | Venta semanal de plantas nativas Californianas @ Native Plant Nursery at Sonoma Garden Park | Sonoma | California | United States

[Español abajo]

We are selling a variety of California native plants to the public every Friday from 12:00-3:00 pm to help local gardeners create and maintain drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes. Simply drop into our Native Plant Nursery. For questions, email our Native Plant Nursery Manager at hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Our weekly plant sales will be cancelled October 6, 13, and 20, and November 24, 2023.

Sign up for our emailing list to stay updated on future events: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.

Venderemos una variedad de plantas nativas Californianas al público cada viernes de 12:00 a 3:00 pm para ayudar a jardineros locales a crear y mantener jardines y paisajes resistentes a la sequía y amigables a polinizadores. Simplemente acude a nuestro vivero de plantas nativas (ubicado dentro de Sonoma Garden Park). Si tienes preguntas, manda un email a nuestra gerente del vivero de plantas nativas por hannah@sonomaecologycenter.org.

Nuestra venta de plantas semanal en octubre 6, 13, y 20 se ha cancelado para prepararnos para nuestra venta estacional el 21 de octubre.

Inscríbete a nuestro boletín de noticias electrónico para estar al tanto de nuestros eventos futuros: sonomaecologycenter.org/newsletters-sign-up.