Take native plant tour online: Theodore Payne 22-minute video is a treat for the eyes

Published on Apr 26, 2012 by

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Theodore Payne 9th Annual Native Plants Garden Tour
David Walrod attempts to visit several gardens in one day. The Native Plant tour was in full swing and so was David. We were only able to visit 6 of the 37 gardens on display, but we hope you’ll join us next year! Together we’ll visit gardens that celebrate native plants, smart gardening practices and the natural history of the region.

About the Tour
The Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour is a unique adventure: a two-day self-guided journey through 37 of the Los Angeles region’s most beautiful and inspiring home landscapes. At each location, you’ll meet garden owners, designers, knowledgeable docents and fellow gardeners.

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FormLA Landscaping
https://www.formlainc.com/

California’s Own Native Landscape Design, Inc.
http://calown.com

9th Annual Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour
http://www.nativeplantgardentour.org

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Urban Dirt hosted by landscape designer, David Walrod, has began its second season! This season we will continue to explore the world of urban gardening in search of inspiration, education, and resources to incorporate green space into our everyday lives. David, along with his sought after garden and landscape experts, will guide us along sharing tips and tricks that will ensure garden success and enjoyment!

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