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Gardens Gone Native is a free, self-guided tour featuring approximately 20 home gardens in and around Sacramento.  Gardens are comprised of at least 50% California native plants.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

The 5th Annual Gardens

Gone Native Tour is 

April 11, 2015.

California Native Plant Week LogoWe have 30 gardens on this year's tour,                           

including 6 new gardens that have never been on the tour previously!      

 

   Click here for a flier                                             

                      

for the 2015 tour.                                  

 

  


Tour Registration Opens March 11, 2015.

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Registration for the Gardens Gone Native Tour is required;

however registration for the 2015 tour is not yet open.  

Check back after March 11, 2015 for more details.

 


 

Day-of-the-Tour Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Greeters and Docents are also needed on the day of the tour. Greeters welcome

guests and make sure that they sign in. Greeters also direct the flow of traffic into

the garden. Docents help answer questions about the homeowner's garden. To volunteer

for the 2015 Tour, please email the GGN Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  

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  The 2014 Gardens Gone Native Tour was on Saturday May 10, 2014.

It was a huge success!  See the SacMag article link.

Take a Virtual Garden Tour of the 2013 Gardens Gone Native Tour!

 Click here: Virtual Garden Tour 2013

 

Resources

Additional resources for gardening with native plants can be found at:

http://ggnresources.wordpress.com.

 

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The purpose of the Gardens Gone Native Tour is to support the mission of the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the

California Native Plant Society by raising awareness of the beauty and environmental functions of California's diverse

native plants.  Our goal is to provide members of our community with the opportunity to view outstanding examples

of native plant gardens, promote the use of California natives in home and public gardens, and provide information on

how to plant and successfully grow native plants. promote the use of California natives in home and public gardens,

and provide information on how to plant and successfully grow native plants.