Upcoming Learning and Enrichment Opportunities


If you have not been able to come visit us at the Garden, no problem! We have several upcoming opportunities to help learners of all ages connect with plants and nature. We are excited to offer onsite and virtual adult classes, virtual tour experiences for adults, continued Fun at Home videos for early learners, and virtual school programing to support our teachers and students.

Adult Classes
We have missed everyone joining us for classes here at the Garden!

Currently, we are looking at ways to create a safe space for our adult classes that support your well-being, engage your creativity, and encourage a curiosity for botanic knowledge and skills in person and virtually.

Onsite Classes

Join us for safe and distanced fitness programming in person with yoga.

Classes Onsite at the Garden
Classes Virtual at the Garden


Virtual Classes
Do you want to stay connected to the Garden and learn from the comfort of your own? We have a fun Fall lineup of virtual learning for you, including classes with supplies available for pickup.

Classes Onsite at the Garden

Classes Virtual at the Garden

Virtual Tours for Adults
Coming this Fall!

Group Tours

Are you part of a large group that can’t come see the Garden in person? Come join us from the comfort of your home for a seasonal tour of our Gardens.

Each 1-hour Zoom tour includes an in-depth look at different gardens, as well as a live question and answer session with a knowledgeable Garden Volunteer or Docent. (Maximum of 100 participants)
Cost: $55 members, $60 non-members

Member Garden Snapshot Tours

We will feature a different area of the Garden each month just for our members! Stay-tuned for videos coming to you soon.

Fun at Home: Virtual Toddler Tunes and Tales
Coming this Fall! Learn More

We will be offering our early learners a chance to sing and dance each month with Ms. Kathy until we can gather back at the Garden again in person!


School Programs
Coming Soon!

Our Education Department is creating virtual experiences for your students to participate in the Plant Adaptation (Grades 1-4), Pollinator (Grades 2-5), and Native Plants, Native People (Grades 2-5) programs. Funding opportunities are available for Title 1 schools to participate.
Please contact Sarah Morgan Sickler, Education Manager, at ssickler@sdbgarden.org or (760) 436-3036 x222