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Holiday Pop-Up Shop

December 7 through 10, 10:00 am–4:00 pm

Julia Morgan Hall

Enjoy a festive and relaxing holiday shopping experience at the Garden’s Holiday Pop-Up Shop. Browse a curated selection of unique nature-themed gifts in the charming, historic Julia Morgan Hall.

Choose from an array of items including jams, teas, art, greeting cards, jewelry, botanical-themed crafts, plants, and more.

Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, plus, proceeds from your purchases directly benefit the Garden!

A few of our featured vendors include:

  • Bird vs Bird: Whimsical bird theme gifts from Oakland artist, Pess Petty
  • Coyote Brush Studios: California native plants + wildlife prints, cards and stickers
  • Inna Jam: Emeryville based artisanal jams + cocktail mixers
  • Juniper Ridge: Natural fragrance products +teas
  • Margaret Norman Pottery: Hand turned by Berkeley master potter
  • Oaktown Spice Shop: Delicious spice mixtures + gift sets
  • Turning Leaf Handmade: Unique vessels + jewelry made from fruits + vegetables
  • Young America Creative: Posters featuring seasonal fruits, vegetables + wildflowers

Special Members Only Preview Evening

Wednesday, December 6, 4:00 pm–7:00 pm

Registration required for arrival times beginning at either 4:00 pm or 5:30 pm.

Register and attend for a chance to win a $100 gift card good for merchandise
in the Garden Shop or Plant Deck!

We invite you to join us for a sparkling, delightful evening! Nosh on light refreshments while you shop and mingle in the magical atmosphere of Julia Morgan Hall. Save on unique gifts with your 10% member discount on most merchandise.

Not a member? Join today! 

Register Preview Evening

Holiday Programs

Wreath-Making Workshops
AM & PM sessions

Thur, Dec 7, 10:00 am OR 5:15 pm

Adult Botanical Crafting for the Holidays
Sat, Dec 9, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

Online Talk: Winter Conifers of the Garden
Tues, Dec 19, 12:00–1:00 pm
Free, registration required