Sales & Events

Make the Arboretum your go-to place for huge plant sales and unique, fun events.



Veggiepalooza! Monster Tomato & Pepper Sale

Plant Sale

Get over 180 varieties of fresh, Arboretum-grown vegetables at Veggiepalooza!

Open to the public. No ticket necessary.




Green Scene Plant and Garden Expo


Find unique garden decor, plant-related goods and sustainability products and services from over 80 different vendors! Enjoy food, music and tours led by Arboretum staff.

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Victorian Tea


Join us for traditional afternoon tea service with a Victorian theme as we investigate "curious happenings" in an English country garden.

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Coming June 2020

Summer Solstice: Party in the Garden


This annual fundraising event features small plates from amazing chefs, music and dancing in the gardens and an amazing silent auction.


Coming August 2020

Brews & Blues in the Garden


Join us for a lively summer night filled with great craft beer, delicious food and live blues music. Tickets include unlimited beer tastes, water, soda and a souvenir glass. Parking is free. We will also have food trucks and wine tastes available.


COMING November 2020

California Native Plant Sale

Plant Sale

Come check out over 100 varieties of California-native plants grown here at the Arboretum! Gardening experts will help you choose the best plants for your garden and teach you how to build a native-habitat garden to attract butterflies, bees and birds.


COMING December 2020

Cactus & Succulent Sale

Plant Sale

We host a wide variety of vendors selling interesting, rare and unique specimens. Proceeds from the sale help support our environmental education programs, plant conservation and the diverse gardens of the Arboretum.


Coming December 2020

Holiday Luminaria Stroll


Take an evening stroll through the luminaria-lined pathways of the Arboretum. Also enjoy live music, warm drinks and a winter market featuring ceramic and glass artwork made by CSUF students.