Japanese Garden welcomes visitors for Annual Plant Tour
2010-03-29 · By Editor
Rediscover the beauty of spring with a Plant Tour at the Japanese Garden.
Japanese gardens throughout the world are a living art form that incorporate the natural elements of water, stone, and plants. The garden on the Cal State Long Beach campus is filled with specially-selected plants including Mock Orange (Tobira), Cotoneaster (red berries), Flowering Plum (red leaves), Ginkgo Trees, Snowball Viburnum, Azaleas, Glory of Sunninghill, Fielder’s White and Redbirds.
Interested in learning more about the flowers, plants, and trees that comprise the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden? Then join the Japanese Garden staff Sunday, April 11 between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. for informative plant identification tours.
Th tours are free, but are open to Japanese Garden members only.
Memberships begin at $40 per year. By joining the Friends of the Japanese Garden, members support the educational and cultural programs that take place throughout the year. Members also get special benefits:
- Free admission to Gardens Across America
- Invitation to member-only events
- Discounts on Garden Programs
- Subscription to The Lantern Newsletter
- 10% Discount on Garden merchandise
Find more information about garden memberships on the CSULB website. Space for the annual Plant Tours is limited, reserve your space early by calling (562) 985-8420.
The Japanese Garden is located on Earl Warren Drive near the Bellflower Boulevard entrance to the campus. Free parking is available in Lot 16 in non-metered spaces directly across the street from the garden.