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February 2018

Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

February 20
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
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The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

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Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

February 20
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
+ Google Map

The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

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Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

February 27
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
+ Google Map

The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

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Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

February 27
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
+ Google Map

The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

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March 2018

Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

March 6
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
+ Google Map

The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

Find out more »

Explore Botanical Gardens at Heritage of the Americas

March 6
Heritage of the Americas Museum, 12110 Cuyamaca College Drive West
El Cajon, CA 92019 United States
+ Google Map

The botanical gardens at the Heritage of the Americas are an extension of the museum's collection. A tropical paradise on the eastern exposure of the museum has exotic palms from the South Seas island locations consisting of Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, Bamboo Palm, Majesty and King Palms. The western exposure of the museum hosts desert plants including rare and endangered species like the Yucca Rustrada, Joshua, Bujum, Cabbage Tree, various cacti and other forms of plants. The museum entry and…

Find out more »