The Garden

Charles L. Honn Botanical Garden & Gazebo

The garden has been described as a “hidden gem” in Pleasant Valley. The cycles of native plants. flowers and trees make the garden appealing in every season. Plants are identified with signage. It has been designated as an urban bee lab for UC-Berkeley.

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Monarch butterflies thrive on the numerous wild tropical milkweed plants.
Visitors find the area relaxing just to sit, eat lunch, or watch the monarchs float over the garden.

Beautifully set in the middle of the garden, the 27’ Amish Gazebo can be reserved by members for small meetings or weddings. The garden is open during regular museum hours or by reservation.

See our  new brochure on the  importance of native bees; also see  HelpaBee.org

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