Florists in Agoura Hills, CA
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Agoura Hills CA News
Apr 7, 2017
In search of wildflowers? Chances are there's some great craft beer nearby
The typically verdant Upper Las Virgenes Canyon is awash in colorful blooms, and the park — just off the 101 Freeway east of Agoura Hills — is conveniently located nearby two often overlooked L.A. brewpubs: Twisted Oak Tavern and Ladyface Ale Co. You’ll find great beers and food at either location.Twisted Oak Tavern, Agoura Hills Town Center, 30105 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills, (818) 735-0091, www.twistedoaktavern.pub. Ladyface Ale Co., 29281 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills, (818) 477-4566, www.ladyfaceale.com. Long Beach, Palos Verdes, Griffith Park and PasadenaWildflower viewers who don’t want to venture deep into the desert or traverse hiking trails to find flowers aren’t left out in Los Angeles County. There are several more urban areas where you can find smaller crops of blooms. From the beachfront trails in Long Beach, where poppies have taken hold (and where you’ll find great beer at Beachwood BBQ or Ballast Point’s waterfront pub), to the rolling hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula (near the thriving breweries in Torrance, and fan-favorites such as El Segundo Brewing Co. and Redondo Beach’s King Harbor Brewery), to the paths around Griffith Park (convenient to Eagle Rock Brewery, Golden Road Brewing and Brewyard Beer Co.), there is ample opportunity for urban flower hunting. One last favorite recommendation — the sprawling Huntington Library and Gardens in Pasadena is painted with flowers. They may not be technically wildflowers, but the desert garden in particular is a worthy destination, and the newly relaunched restaurants from Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger offer some serviceable craft beer options (Stone IPA, Scrimshaw Pils).Beachwood BBQ, 210 E. 3rd St, Long Beach, (562) 436-4020, beachwoodbbq.com/brewery.htmlBallast Point LBC, 110 N. Marina Drive, Long Beach, (562) 296-4470, www.ballastpoint.com/locations/Eagle Rock Brewery, 3056 Roswell St., (323) 257-7866, www.eaglerockbrewery.comGolden Road Brewing, 5410 W San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, (213) 373-4644, goldenroad.laBrewyard Beer Co., 906 Western Ave., Glendale, (818) 409-9448, www.brewyardbeercompany.com/ email@example.com@latimesfoodALSO: a href="http://www. (Los Angeles Times)Feb 3, 2017
Westlake Village garden tours about to bloom
Garden Tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., April 23.
The 44th annual event will spotlight four unique gardens in North Ranch, Oak Park, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village.
Money raised from the tours will go toward scholarships for local community college students to pursue degrees in horticulture or environmental studies as well as to nonprofit organizations devoted to the enhancement and protection of natural landscapes.
For information, visit www.westlakevillagegardenclub.org.
(Agoura Hills Acorn)Nov 18, 2016
Florist opens at Wise Owl spot; tearoom and gallery coming soon
The Nest Gallery and Tea, a combination gallery and tearoom being finalized by Eric and Cherie Jensen of Agoura Hills.
They are seeking more local sculptors and plein air artists who want to participate in the new concept. To contact the Jensens, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(The San Luis Obispo Tribune)Mar 11, 2016
Enjoying the Santa Monica Mountains: Looking for Wild Flowers
Mt Boney Peak. (This takes you into Pt Mugu State Park). Or visit the rolling hills of Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyons in Agoura Hills. And you can even walk to the ocean from the Conejo Valley. Just follow Sycamore Canyon from Rancho Sierra Vista for eight miles and you can enjoy a picnic at the beach. Wherever you go in the mountains we hope you enjoy spring in this beautiful part of the country!
Charlotte Parry is Executive Director of the Santa Monica Mountains Fund, the official non-profit for the National Park Service in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area supporting wildlife research, education, trails and facilities.
Website: www.samofund.orgFacebook: www.facebook.com/santamonicamountainsfundTwitter: @samofund
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