Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden originally opened in 1927 and showcases over 2,000 species native to California. The Garden separates into three areas in which different types of plants thrive. You can enjoy plants from every season, monthly bird walks, gardening workshops, and conservation education while you explore.

This garden is a leader in research and conservation of native California plants. Its Living Collection of specimens is one of the largest in the country, and combined with its Seed Conservation Program, its conservation is the largest of any botanical gardens’ in the United States.