Los Nogales Nursery

Northeast LA's only native plant nursery

Los Nogales Nursery, established in 2014, is a collaborative effort between Audubon Center at Debs Park and the National Park Service. The first native plant nursery in Northeast Los Angeles, Los Nogales serves to engage the community and educate people of all ages in environmental stewardship. Since early 2015, Los Nogales Nursey has grown more than 30 different native plant species. All the native plants in the nursery are grown from seed collected in Debs Park, and are used to restore native habitat throughout the park. This work is made possible by our dedicated volunteers and community naturalists.

Our Volunteer Service Days are Wednesdays from 9am-12pm.

(Volunteer Days will begin at 8am and end at 11am during the hot summer months.)

Volunteer with us and check out our event page for upcoming volunteer opportunities and programs!

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Why Native Plants?
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Why Native Plants?

Find out why native plants are so important!

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How to Plant and Maintain Native Plants
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Planting & Maintaining California Native Plants

Tips & tricks to help your California native plants thrive!

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Audubon's native plants database draws its plant data from the North American Plant Atlas of the Biota of North America Program (BONAP)

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