The Widlife Habitat Garden
About one-third of our food supply depends
abundance of pollinators in
our gardens, on our farms and in the wild. The Harvest Garden offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the critical
relationships between plants, insects, birds and other wildlife essential
Integrating wildlife, food growing, herbs and native plants in the
Garden demonstrates the importance of these interdependent relationships before valuable habitat was lost
by population growth, pesticides and pollution.
We've installed bee boxes,
birdhouses. birdbaths and fruit-bearing and nectar-rich plants throughout
the Garden to encourage wildlife to nest,
feed and reproduce. The Wildlife
Habitat Garden provides pollinators (bees, butterflies, wasps, beetles,
flies and birds) with over 200
habitat plants - 73% of which are Calfiornia natives.
Make Your Garden a Widllife Habitat
List of habitat plants and their blooming season.