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We are now offering Retail Days at Growing Works Nursery!
We’re thrilled to have the general public shop the Growing Works Nursery! We are now open for scheduled retail days (Sundays). We are partnering with Tinyplant Nursery Market, Bliss Street Bakery and MonMon Makes to offer plants, gifts, plus some delicious treats!
Learn more about scheduling a retail day and our retail guidelines here:
Donations are both appreciated and vital!
Growing Works is an innovative, wholesale California native and drought tolerant plant nursery established to provide job training, employment, and horticultural therapy to people with mental health challenges.
The nursery helps fulfill an ever-present local need for high quality, drought-tolerant California native and Mediterranean plants and succulents. Growing Works is based on a thriving and sustainable business model where plant sales, job training services, and donations from supporters contribute to its success.
You’re Invited!Tuesday | February 410 AM – 2 PM Join us for an Open House to show our thanks to you our customers! Food and beverages! Nursery Tours! Visit our delightful Dudleyas, marvelous Mediterraneans, savory succulents and captivating California Native plants! Shop the nursery and pick your own plants Network with other nursery and CA
These are the words etched in a plaque at the Healing Garden, dedicated in memory of the victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill mass shooting in Thousand Oaks. We are grateful Growing Works could participate by giving out one thousand oaks at the unveiling of the memorial. Thanks to Growing Works donors, the young
Jim Pieczynski, Sherwood Grants Committee Chair, Jason Meek, Executive Director Turning Point, George Carney, President of the Sherwood Board of Directors. Thank you to Sherwood Cares –Sherwood Country Club Charitable Foundation for their $20,000 contribution to our Growing Works Program.
Thank you to those who joined us for our ribbon cutting event on May 19, 2019 Indeed, the day was one for the record books! The Growing Works program, provided by the nonprofit Turning Point Foundation, has also set records for its significant success. Operating for less than one year, it has already exceeded performance
The idea for the Growing Works labyrinth came from Naval Base Chaplain Patricia Coley who has seen some really nice labyrinths in places where she has been deployed. We appreciate her volunteer work for Growing Works and rallying her friends from the Base to assist. Our volunteer Landscape Designer, Dr. Steven Sandifer, created the plan