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References & Links

Landscape Resource has compiled a list of helpful resources that we find informative and inspiring.  We encourage you to visit these sites for a variety of information.

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  • CIMIS (California Irrigation Management Information System)

    wwwcimis.water.ca.gov/cimis/welcome.jsp

    "The California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) is a program in the Office of Water Use Efficiency (OWUE), California Department of Water Resources (DWR) that manages a network of over 120 automated weather stations in the state of California. CIMIS was developed in 1982 by the California Department of Water Resource and the University of California at Davis to assist California's irrigators manage their water resources efficiently. Efficient use of water resources benefits Californians by saving water, energy, and money."

  • CalPhotos

    calphotos.berkeley.edu/

    A massive collection of images including native plants of California.

  • California Master Gardeners

    camastergardeners.ucdavis.edu/

    "The UC Statewide Master Gardener Program is dedicated to facilitating excellence in Master Gardener Programs by increasing the professionalism of Coordinators and volunteers."

  • Casa del Herrero

    http://www.casadelherrero.com

    "Step back in time to the 1930ís in Montecito, California and experience the lifestyle of the Steedman family, the sole owners of this 11-acre estate for more than 75 years. Visitors have a chance to tour the home, designed in the 1920ís by acclaimed local architect George Washington Smith in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, the surrounding gardens and workshop. " "The gardens were designed by landscape architects Ralph Stevens and Lockwood de Forest, as well as horticulturist Peter Reidel. Completed in 1933, of the now eleven-acre estate, seven are formally designed and maintained in a Spanish Moorish style. "

  • Filoli Gardens

    http://www.filoli.org/

    "Located 30 miles south of San Francisco, Filoli is an historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century. Whether enjoying its beauty or pursuing its educational opportunities, we invite you to explore this cherished community resource."

  • Lotusland (Montecito)

    www.lotusland.org

    "Lotusland is a unique 37-acre estate and botanic garden situated in the foothills of Montecito to the east of the city of Santa Barbara. The gardens now covering the estate were created by Madame Ganna Walska, who owned the property from 1941 until her death in 1984. Before her death, Madame Walska established the nonprofit Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation, which now preserves this unrivaled botanical treasure."

  • Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Gardens

    www.catalina.com/memorial.html

  • Regional Parks Botanic Garden

    www.nativeplants.org

  • Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

    www.santabarbarabotanicgarden.org

  • San Francisco Botanical Garden

    www.sfbotanicalgarden.org

  • Quarryhill Botanic Garden (Sonoma County)

    www.quarryhillbg.org

  • Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

    www.gardenbythesea.org