Santa Rosa was highlighted on C-SPAN’s Cities Tour in October and Luther Burbank Home & Gardens was part of it!

You can view our episode here: it’s 12 minutes long. Archivist Rebecca Baker and garden consultant Rachel Spaeth talk about Luther Burbank’s work and show off the Home & Gardens.


Luther Burbank Home & Gardens dressed in holiday finest (Press Democrat: Dec 8, 2013)

‘Wizard of Santa Rosa’ sated hungry nation (Chicago Tribune: November 20, 2013)

The 25 Best Nerd Road Trips (Popular Science: August 2013)

Growing blackberries: Sweet fruit, minus the thorns (Los Angeles Times: June 18, 2013)


It’s all about crafts and Christmas (Press Democrat: November 29, 2012)

Luther Burbank’s legacy on display (San Francisco Chronicle: November 2, 2012)

Sonoma County: home of farm-to-table (San Francisco Chronicle: November 2, 2012)

Big hats and high tea at Burbank Gardens fundraiser (Press Democrat: July 22, 2012)


Bench recalls Luther Burbank and supports a cause (Press Democrat: December 4, 2011)

Get comfortable on Burbank bench Ripley would have loved (Press Democrat: Nov 26, 2011)

Home & garden news, upcoming events Susan Hatch’s Container Gardening with Bulbs lecture. (Press Democrat: October 7, 2011)

A la carte: Burbank creations in pop-up dinners (Press Democrat: October 5, 2011)

Home & garden news, upcoming events Mary Basham’s Flower Arranging lecture. (August 5, 2011)

GUEST OPINION: The case for Luther Burbank in Hall of Fame (Press Democrat: July 28, 2011)

Garden legacy (Alaska Airlines, Horizon Edition in-flight magazine: June 2011)

A la carte: future of county farming (Press Democrat: May 30, 2011)

1st and 2nd place winners: 117th Luther Burbank Rose Parade (Press Democrat: May 21, 2011)

Home & garden news, upcoming events Mother’s Day Plant Sale (Press Democrat: May 6, 2011)

Home & garden news, upcoming events Our new museum exhibit on the Luther Burbank Company is featured. (Press Democrat: April 8, 2011)

A Passion for History: Luther Burbank Home volunteer helps keep legacy of famed horticulturist alive (Press Democrat: January 2, 2011)