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Jillian Faith
· February 10, 2018
This place is wonderful. Their gardens are beautiful and relaxing and they are an amazing resource for the community.

They have mulch giveaways, host the Seed Library, offer field trips to the school...s, offer classes to the community and even percolate water into the basin. Is there anything this place doesn’t do?

I’ve really enjoyed visiting this place and am so grateful for all that they do.
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Maggie O'neill
· January 11, 2018
Amazing place....beautiful gardens and the classes and workshops they offer are great!!!!
Janice Miesel Elliott
· April 11, 2017
These beautiful gardens give garden lovers inspiration and ideas on how to incorporate drought tolerant plants in gardens. I got many ideas from here back in 2002 and then went on to design and insta...ll an award winning drought tolerant garden in 2007. They will also provide other water conserving ideas as well. See More
Christine Markel Lampe
· August 28, 2017
Beautiful demo garden showing how to use water-wise drought-tolerant plants in a California home landscape.
Vera Eyzendooren
· May 12, 2017
It is my new favorite place to visit. Loved the place and the people working there
Momsclub Upland South
· March 15, 2017
We came as a group for a tour and craft. The helpful staff was informative and kind. Our kids loved the tortoises, tasting the kumquat, and hearing the story read to them. Thank you for having us!
Arlene Jauregui Camacho
· June 28, 2017
This was a beautiful and educational experience. The staff is friendly and ver welcoming. Had a fun time
Lisa Stokes Jackson
· June 11, 2017
I attended the Pollination Festival yesterday as well and the Center was perfect and so beautiful. Thank you �
Yvonne Fox
· June 11, 2017
I attended the Pollination Festival on June 10,2017.I was very impressed with the beautiful park!
Lorraine Jones
· April 18, 2015
This interesting to me. Looks like the city of Chino even offers rebates on lawn removal for a low water garden.
Linda Russell
· September 23, 2016
What a beautiful, peaceful and informative place!
I will definitely be back.
Dave Rollins
· February 6, 2017
Clean, beautiful, well kept and a not so crowded park with running streams, information, plant I.D.'S and Sam the tortoise!
Betsy Haffner
· July 8, 2015
Love this place! So much to say about it from the state of the art facilities to their classes/workshops, oh did I mention their grounds.
Check it out!
Susie Silveria
· November 19, 2016
Beautiful. So many pretty plants and everyone there is so nice. Thank you ���
Michele Buck
· October 13, 2016
Great school field trip! Really kept the kids engaged by getting to test water samples!
Wendy Lizarraga
· April 8, 2017
Went with our school. The kids loved it. Can't wait to go back.
Joanne Dallas
· January 15, 2017
Always a good place to walk. Pleasant and informative. An asset to Montclair
JoAn McLean Turner
· September 29, 2016
Please don't stop the gardening .....or let LAFCO take away their jobs........
Wendie Jo Hunton Camacho
· December 4, 2013
Fabulous!
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