Visit us at the southeast corner of Golden Gate Park. The main entrance is at 9th Ave. at Lincoln Way; additional entrance on MLK Jr. Dr. off the Music Concourse.
We are open year-round, 365 days a year, starting at 9:00am. Closing time changes with the seasons.
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Woods to Wildflowers: A vibrant bloom of California native plants in the heart of the city at San Francisco Botanical Garden. March 2014
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California Natives: Wildflowers
The following images are available for the Arthur L. Menzies Garden of California Native Plants, blooming March through May.
California Natives: Redwood Grove
The following images are available for the Redwood Grove.
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The San Francisco winter blooming Cloud Forest
Cloud Forest in bloom at S.F. Botanical Garden
In San Francisco, a forest in a cloud
The Real San Francisco Treat
A Leisurely Stroll Through the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park
Beautifully blooming Magnolias at SF Botanical Garden
S.F. Botanical Garden's Family Fundays
Magnolias in bloom
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Bloombastic: It's magnolia season at the SF Botanical Garden
Kentfield woman reproduces her grandfather's botanical watercolors
Botanical Garden celebrates magnolias
A marvel of magnolias
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