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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, 47 acres of botanical bliss fronting the Pacific Ocean

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40th Annual John Druecker Memorial Rhododendron Show

CALIFORNIA'S LARGEST RHODODENDRON SHOW!

April 22 and 23, 2017

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens co-sponsors the event with the Noyo Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society. The show will feature a cascade of vibrant rhododendrons, raffles, a silent auction, people's choice awards, educational displays, food, and more!

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A number of entries from the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens own Rhododendron Collection received accolades at the 39th Annual John Druecker Memorial Rhododendron Show. One of MCBG's entries, a big leaf hybrid (pictured above), was selected as the 2016 Best of Show! Photo by Dick Jones, Noyo Chapter American Rhododendron Society

CLICK HERE for photos and results from the 2016 Rhody Show!

Overview

Start Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017

End Date: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Schedule Details: 9:00am to 5:00pm both days

Location: Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Payment Information: Free admission to show; Gardens admission separate.

Sponsored By American Rhododendron Society's Noyo Chapter

The Noyo Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society has been a local non-profit organization for over 38 years. Their stated mission is to promote the study and culture of rhododendrons and to stimulate interest in rhododendrons by any appropriate means, including the holding of frequent meetings of members and education of the public with rhododendron shows. Their locale is also of utmost importance in preserving the rhododendron species. Although these plants grow in few places worldwide, they thrive in the favorable climate of the Mendocino Coast. The area spanning Eureka to Fort Bragg is the largest production center of hybrid rhododendrons in California.

Sponsor Website: http://www.noyochapterars.com/

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