Los Angeles Fun Garden Spot

October 14, 2010 by

On my last visit to Los Angeles, I slammed on the brakes as I was just about to pass Urban Garden Paradise: Rolling Greens on Beverly Blvd. Not great driving, but I was so thrilled not to miss this fantastic nursery and garden shop.

I could have spent hours there. The plants alone are worth the trip and the myriad of great garden and home decor products and accessories will get your creative juices flowing.

Loved these wire obelisks and the tabletop items made me want to throw a dinner party that very night.

Bought these. Couldn’t resist.

Rolling Greens has two locations in Los Angeles:
Hollywood
7505 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 934-4500

Hours
Monday – Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday: 10am – 7pm
Sunday: 11am – 6pm

Culver City
9528 Jefferson Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 559-8656

Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 4pm
Saturday: 7:30 – 4pm
Sunday: Closed

  • http://www.manuretea.com Authentic Haven Brand

    Love you post and pictures, Yes, LA is a wonderful place to visit gardens. Few month back @bwisegardens here from back East and I took a road trip down Santa Monica Blvd hit Rodeo Drive I drove as Barbara snapped pictures. Had all the tourist thinking we had a star sighting…Tweeted up at the Getty with @anarchygarden and @LifeOnTheBalcony was a wonderful plant filled day

  • Robin Plaskoff Horton

    Ah, I miss my home town! thanks for the virtual tour–of course in a car, it is, after all, Los Angeles!

  • http://www.heartspoken.com Elizabeth Cottrell

    What a treasure trove of wonderful writers and bloggers! I can’t wait to explore their offerings since they resonate with my blog’s exploration of the Power of Connection and especially with one of the four focus areas: Connection with Nature. It’s amazing that there are so many people out there to help us connect with Nature, whether we live in the city or the country!

  • http://lifeonthebalcony.com Fern @ Life on the Balcony

    Good thing you didn’t go to the Culver City location, I think it’s their biggest, and they have way more plants and cool garden-y things.

  • http://thesorrygardener.com Kelly (The Sorry Gardener)

    Beautiful photos, especially the top one. Love the textures.

  • Robin Plaskoff Horton

    Hey Fern, I knew the Culver City one was bigger and better but it was out of my way on my short trip. There’s next time–come with me!

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