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The gardens on the tour showcase the many benefits of gardening with California native plants: they provide habitat for native pollinators such as butterflies and bees and native birds such as colorful songbirds and hummingbirds, and they all feature the rich scents of aromatic plants such as sage, sagebrush, and California lilac. In addition, individual gardens have the special features shown in the charts below. See the Key to Garden Features for definitions.

Gardens Open Saturday April 5, 2014 10am–5pm

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Beverly Hills 1
Mid-City 2
Mid-City 3
Mid-City 4
Baldwin Hills 5
Rancho Park 6
Brentwood 7
Brentwood 8
Santa Monica 9
Santa Monica 10
Santa Monica 11
Mar Vista 12
Del Rey 13
Culver City 14
Manhattan Beach 15
Manhattan Beach 16
Redondo Beach 17
Lomita 18
Long Beach 19
Lakewood 20
Downey 21
Cudahy 22

Gardens Open Sunday April 6, 2014 10am–5pm

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Sierra Madre 23
Sierra Madre 24
Altadena 25
Altadena 26
Pasadena 27
Altadena 28
Pasadena 29
Pasadena 30
Pasadena 31
South Pasadena 32
South Pasadena 33
Eagle Rock 34
Atwater Village 35
Burbank 36
Burbank 37
Burbank 38
Studio City 39
Studio City 40
Van Nuys 41
Northridge 42