The Harvest Garden offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the critical
relationships between plants, insects and animals essential
pollination; pest management
About one-third of our food supply depends
abundance of pollinators in
The integration of wildlife, food growing, herbs, and native plants in the
Garden mimic habitat in the wild - habitat which has been lost
by population growth, pesticides, and pollution. The Wildlife
Habitat Garden provides pollinators (native bees, butterflies, wasps, beetles,
flies, and birds) with over 200
habitat plants--73% of which are native to
California. We installed bee boxes,
birdhouses, and birdbaths throughout
the Garden to encourage wildlife to nest,
feed, and reproduce.
For a list of habitat plants and their blooming season, click here.