Cal Lutheran is graced with breathtaking grounds bordered by rolling hillsides. The campus is adorned with a variety of trees and plants including many which are native to Southern California.
We invite you to tour the Barbara Collins Arboretum using the tour maps as a guide. This project is a joint effort by Dr. Collins, who selected and classified the flora identified on the maps, and the University to provide visitors an opportunity to learn about botany and enjoy the meditative beauty of our campus. Many of the trees are native to Southern California.
Thank you for visiting our campus. We hope you will enjoy your time here and return often.
Plants found on campus and on Mount Clef.Campus Gardens
Wildflowers of the Southern California chaparral, desert, mountains, and north coast.Wildflowers
Cultivated plants commonly found in gardens and landscaping.Garden Flowers
Wildflowers of the Canadian Rockies and nearby foothills, prairies, and the Waterton-Glacier area.Canadian Flowers