In the News May 6, 2021 A hidden superbloom in the Hidden Forest Our collection of cultivated rhodoendrons is featured in the Press Democrat’s piece on the spectacular rhododendron “superbloom” that occurs in California forests this time of year. Simultaneous with the wildflower superbloom and just as wonderous, the rhododendron superbloom is quieter. It also isn’t crowded with tourists, and it lasts longer – up through June. By design, the setting has an almost wild feel, with birds and wooded trails, vibrant overhanging blossoms and color-lined paths. January 23, 2021 The story of us Sonoma County’s KSRO News Talk Radio talks with Mike Boss about the rich history of Hidden Forest Nursery. Hear listeners’ tell their moving memories of the magic they found here.Click here to listen January, 2021 A Horticultural Adventure Across the West: Northern California, a roundup of remarkable garden destinations in the region, highlights some of the rare species found in our Forest. Fig Hunter, about regional fig tree plantings, quotes our resident permaculture teacher and edible plant collector, John Valenzuela. August 5, 2020 How did this rare silver tree fern from New Zealand find its way to Sebastopol? Read about “The Forest Queen,” which now rests in a camilias-enclosed enclave at the end of a boardwalk through a swamp after a wooden footbridge that crosses a creek. August 29, 2019 The story of how we took a leap for the Earth when we purchased Sonoma Horticultural Nursery and saved a local treasure as result.