Payne garden tour will visit Hancock Park this year

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

NEW ON tour this year is 1923 Mediterranean revival home and garden in Hancock Park.

View more than 40 home gardens in public and private spaces, including one in Hancock Park, for the Theodore Payne Foundation’s Native Plant Garden Tour. The 17th annual home garden tour is Sat., March 28 and Sun., March 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

CORAL BELLS and sages are featured at the Hancock Park Mediterranean revival home.










There will be an after-party Sat., March 28 from 5 to 8 p.m.

New this year on the tour is a 1923 Mediterranean revival home in Hancock Park landscaped with a coastal sage scrub medley including white sage and California buckwheat mixed with olive trees.

Other gardens on the tour range from communities such as West Hollywood, Burbank and La Cañada Flintridge to West Adams and Oxford Square and on to Venice and Westchester.

LANDSCAPE on garden tour includes plants that nurture pollinators.

A BIOSWALE is planted with California grey rush, capturing rainwater from the garage roof and surrounding garden.

Landscape in these gardens is at least 50 percent California native flora, including plants that nurture pollinators, such as native birds and insects, and save water. Homeowners, landscape designers and docents will be on hand at each location to answer questions about the native plant landscapes.

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