One of the Conejo Valley’s undiscovered treasures may be found tucked away between the mountains and the shopping mall and the freeway and the greenway. The Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is a natural environment that spans 33 acres and is located in Thousand Oaks. The Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is a destination that should not be missed for several reasons, including the breathtaking vistas that can be enjoyed from the top of the garden and the fifteen unique hillside specialty gardens. In addition, the hiking trail follows the riparian stream. Check this out.
Resources and Services
Engagement in the Life of the Community
To teach everyone about the significance of comprehending and valuing one’s relationship with one’s natural surroundings, the Garden has been arranging programs that bring together local community members and schools. In addition, the garden is available for use by organizations such as schools, scout troops, and clubs, where members may discuss various themes while also getting their hands dirty with actual planting and restoration work.
The American Horticultural Society (AHS) has designated CVBG as a reciprocal garden in their organization. Therefore, if you have a CVBG Membership Card, you are eligible to participate in the American Horticultural Society’s (AHS) Admissions Program. This program allows members to get free admission and other benefits at more than 320 different gardens around North America and the Caribbean.
An Initiative for the Conservation of Wildlife in Your Yard
Creating wildlife-friendly private landscapes helps restore and maintain the natural ecological balance, which the growth of urban areas may disrupt. Residents may learn how to be responsible stewards of the plants and fauna that live in and around their community by visiting the Garden.
Garden in Australia
The Australian Garden is located in the Garden’s southwest corner. The coastal environment in Australia is similar to that of Southern California, allowing native Australian plants like Knifeleaf Acacia (slide 3) to thrive. You’ll discover a bit of Australia here at the Garden, with plants from Perth to Brisbane.
Habitat for birds
A freshwater supply is critical for attracting both local and migratory birds. A grape-covered arbor was installed in 1998 with matching funds donated by the Westlake Village Garden Club to help shelter bird watchers, thanks to a grant from Shell Oil Company’s PETALS program (Protect the Environment Through Action Learning and Service) through the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc.
Garden of Adventures for Children
The Kid’s Adventure Garden’s purpose is to provide a space where children of all ages may run, play, and learn about science while discovering the beauty and wonder of nature. There is a treehouse, a zoo garden, and much more. Read about Thousand Oaks here.
Orchard of Rare Fruits
The California Rare Fruit Growers installed the Rare Fruit Orchard, which features 99 trees representing 34 varieties from 19 countries, to show the community the tremendous versatility of our Southern California growing environment, allowing us to produce a wide variety range of unusual temperate, subtropical, and tropical edibles.You may visit their website. Or you may call this number +18054947630.