Sat, Apr 29
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Admission to each garden is $7. Don't forget to buy discounted admission tickets in advance. They never expire and can be used at most Open Days to make garden visiting easier.
Experts in the Gardens! At Mullins' Mendocino Stonezone in Gualala, visit with Sheila Menzies & Joseph Taylor, Founders of Heritage Tile Foundation, as well as Bob Shimon, President of the Redwood Empire Bonsai Society & owner, Mendocino Coast Bonsai Nursery. At Frog Song Farm in Point Arena, artist David Wayne Floyd will be on hand to discuss his work on site. See additional details at each of the garden listings below.
*Please note: the directions to the Mullins' Mendocino Stonezone are incorrect in the 2017 Open Days Directory; note corrected directions at the garden's listing below.
- Frey Gardens
Frey Gardens is a one-acre sustainable, habitat garden...
- Frog Song Farm
Begun in 2000, this estate-style garden focuses on a personal collection of plants that grow well in our maritime Mediterranean climate, including natives, heathers, and a wide variety of Southern Hemisphere plants...
- Mullins' Mendocino Stonezone
Mullins' Mendocino Stonezone features major installations of handbuilt and crafted stoneworks created by artisans and stonemasons from throughout the world...
This garden features a potager with productive kitchen gardens surrounded by a mixed border of horticultural interest.