© 2019 Hancock Park Garden Club

137 N. Larchmont Blvd #720, Los Angeles, CA 90004

The Hancock Park Garden Club furthers the knowledge and love of gardening for its membership and contributes to the beautification of the greater Hancock Park area through community projects.  Monthly meetings feature horticulture, conservation, garden history and design, and flower arrangement. The Hancock Park Garden Club is a Member of the Garden Club of America, Zone XII, and was founded in 1962.

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April 17, 2018


PLANT: Last cool season for vegetables..... plant beets, carrots, kale, chard, cilantro, parsley spinach, and heat resistant lettuce.

Wait until the end of the month or the beginning of May to plant tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, squash, melon eggplant, and peppers. Thes...

April 13, 2018

Street trees are a significant and highly visible portion of the City's urban forest - essential to improving the quality of life in our urban environment. It is in our own best interests to protect, plant and care for the trees that line our streets.

This was the messa...

April 3, 2018

In March the Horticulture Committee explored the subject of seeds, led by Co-Chairs Judy Kirshner and Helen Hartung.

Judy brought stacks of seed catalogues - obviously a passion for this HPGC member known for her edible and beautiful gardens that have graced the ne...

April 1, 2018

Why bother with fancy Latin names of plants? Understanding botanical nomenclature will make you a better gardener. The names will often tell you what the plant needs and where it is from. Proper names will prevent making mistakes or confusing one plant with another. It...

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