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Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont

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Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden is the largest botanic garden dedicated to California’s native plants. RSABG, a private, nonprofit organization, offers educational programs and special events throughout the year.

Grow Native Nursery in Claremont is the non-profit nursery of RSABG. Admission is always free to the nursery, which is open Friday through Monday, 9 am to 4:30 pm.
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  • This is a wonderful 86 acre botanical Garden just off the California 210 freeway. There is a large area of "California Plant Communities" which invites you to think about groups of plant communities a...  more »
  • Nationally recognized oak collection, lots of well established trees and plants, many interesting and unique species and varieties. I only had an hour so it was TOO fast but enjoyed it a great deal. H...  more »
  • Have been wanting to come here for years but didn't have a chance until now and what a delightful experience it was! The gardens had their special wildflower show as well, which was just icing on the ...  more »
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  • The place is very beautiful. I advise you to visit with your girlfriend, with your family. Entrance from a person $ 5. With parking problems no. In the park you can not bring food and drinks. Workers are very caring for the garden. I recommend to all. Here you can relax from the city bustle and enjoy the beautiful views.
  • Rancho Santa Ana Garden has 85 acres of all typae of plants and trees. A great trip for the whole family
  • Wonderful place to spend the day. This place is like an outdoor museum preserving California's native plants. There are winding trails in different directions where you can explore container gardens, Joshua trees, different types of cactuses, a butterfly garden, and more. The air is so fresh and you can smell all the fragrant herbs and flowers. Great place to read a book, study, or just walk and contemplate life.
  • We went with friends at night to walk the grounds that had 1300 luminaries lighting the walkways. Various musical venues were offered , and then we enjoyed mulled cider and cookies. It was lovely!
  • I have been coming here since 1959. A beautiful place to remind me of where I come from.