Master Plan

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Located on a hillside with views of Saddleback Valley…

The Preserve’s plant collections are loosely organized according to region of origin: Australia, Africa, South America, Mediterranean and California/Mexico. A network of walking trails connects interspersed specialty gardens and seating areas. Plant propagation and volunteer activities are centered in the greenhouse and the community center building.

Walking Trails

  • Protea Terrace
  • Palm Canyon Loop
  • poppies in the California Native Garden
  • Yucca Mount Stairs
  • Protea Terrace Pathway
  • Protea Terrace Pathway
  • Daisy Steps
  • Each Citizen of the Year has a plaque and a tree dedicated to their service to the community
  • Front end creek bed above amphitheater
  • Via Agave trail
  • Via Agave Trail
  • Olive Hill Loop
  • Protea Terrace
  • Daffodil Tread
  • Daffodil Tread

Rest & Relax

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  • Formal Garden adjacent to Labyrinth
  • Yucca Mount Stairs
  • This area has been adopted by Laguna Niguel Rotary
  • Bench under Pink Oak
  • Sycamore Cresent
  • This photo from 2013 shows our native garden when it was just two years old
  • adjacent to the labyrinth
  • Kiosk
  • Lavender

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