San Francisco Botanical Gardens

Over 8,000 Types of Plants & Trees

San Francisco’s Botanical Garden is a hidden gem located in Golden Gate Park. It is home to over 8,000 different plant species from around the world, including rare and endangered plants, as well as a variety of trees, flowers, and shrubs. The garden covers 55 acres and features a number of different themed areas, including a redwood grove, a prehistoric plant garden, and a Japanese tea garden.

One of the standout features of the Botanical Garden is its collection of rare and endangered plants. The garden is home to a number of plant species that are at risk of extinction in the wild, including the Elkhorn fern, the California pipevine, and the Western redbud. These plants are carefully cared for and protected in the garden, ensuring that they have a chance to thrive and reproduce.

In addition to its rare and endangered plants, the Botanical Garden also boasts a number of beautiful and colorful flowers. The garden is home to a wide range of annuals, perennials, and shrubs, including roses, daffodils, and hydrangeas. These flowers provide a stunning display of color throughout the year and are a popular attraction for visitors.

The Botanical Garden is also home to a number of trees, including a beautiful redwood grove. The grove contains a variety of different redwood species, including the coast redwood and the dawn redwood.

9th Avenue 1199
San Francisco 94122 CA US
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