Visit our beautiful Garden Shop nestled under the sheltering branches of a large native Oak. One of Santa Barbara’s retail treasures, the Garden Shop features fine gifts, books and products for all ages, inspired by the natural world.
Nature enthusiasts and gardeners will find practical gifts for every occasion.
Local artisans, jewelers and the creative designs of our own Garden Guild Crafters who fashion unique items from a wide variety of dried plant materials fill our Shop.
The Garden Shop is one of the best local resources for books on California native plants. We stock the latest titles on Landscaping with native plants, wildflower identification guides, sustainable gardening practices, plant related arts and crafts, native American uses of plants and local guides on the Channel Islands, geology, birding and insects, reptiles, amphibians and mammals.
Our children’s area has great books plus fun and educational games and toys for all ages. Teachers and parents will find nature-themed toys, games and resources to enhance and encourage interest in the outdoors.
Garden Shop Hours
March – October
10 am – 5:30 pm
November – February
10 am – 4:30 pm
Phone: (805) 682-4726 x 112
Patrick O'Hara Limited Edition Prints
Patrick O'Hara's watercolor collection, "Wildflowers of California", specially commissioned by the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, is the culmination of a lifetime involvement with plant conservation, and nearly 40 years experience as an artist. Learn more about Patrick O'Hara
Limited edition prints signed and numbered by the artist are available for sale in the Garden Shop.
For more information please visit the Garden Shop, contact the Garden Shop, or phone (805) 682-4726 ext. 112
How can you support the Garden, women in Uganda, and look sassy at the same time? By coming by the shop and picking out some beautiful bracelets for yourself and your friends!
Made of recycled paper, these "Beads for Life" are delightfully colorful, and with a stretchy band, they're easy to wear. Bead for Life aims to eradicate poverty "one bead at a time" by giving women in Uganda the chance to make these treasures and own their own businesses. At $5.95 each, these bracelets are an affordable way to contribute to something really special.