Willow Springs Native Plant Nursery
Our native plant nursery is located at Willow Springs Park in Long Beach. The nursery grows a variety of California coastal sage scrub plants to support our efforts to restore native habitat in the restoration area. We are also working towards growing native plants for sale to supply our local gardens and residential landscaping. By growing native plants, you provide habitat for local wildlife, birds, butterflies and other beneficial pollinators. Native plants are best adapted to local climate as well as climate change and they save water in landscaping. Together as a community we can make efforts to protect local wildlife and grow native plants.
Join us at a Native Plant Workshop to learn more and participate in 90 minutes of volunteering in the habitat restoration area after each workshop. Parking is available at 2710 California Avenue next to the Farm Lot 59 Farm Stand. Overflow parking is available on the other side of the park at 2755 Orange Avenue. View the map and instructions on how to find us.
Native Plant Workshops
In person workshops are on hold through the end of May to prevent any potential spread of COVID-19. Join us for our virtual workshops instead:
Upcoming: Native Plant Containter Gardening
Join Native Plant Coordinator, Blanca Diaz, on Facebook and Instagram TV for a virtual workshop where we will explore the possibilities of growing and tending to native plants in containers. It can be challenging to see the possibilities that a balcony or porch have, and we hope to encourage you in this virtual share where we will introduce these possibilities focusing on a few native plants that you can plant to provide habitat and joy in limited spaces.
Native Plant Propagation
Check out our virtual workshop playlist on Facebook to view all virtual sustainability workshop videos.
Get Notified of Upcoming Workshops
Email us at email@example.com to sign up for email notifications of upcoming workshops. Please specificy if you would like to be notified of Native Plant Workshops, Edible Garden Workshops, or both.