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Woods to Wildflowers at San Francisco Botanical Garden

This summer stroll the Garden's famed century-old Redwood Grove, an otherworldly sanctuary of towering coast redwoods – the tallest of living trees – with shade-loving ferns, western azalea and huckleberry. And in the award-winning California Native Garden, summer offers joyful Matilija poppies – California's largest native flower, masses of Clarkia flowers, buckwheat and more. Find out about:

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Summer is winding down so make sure to get out to the California Native Garden and see the summer blooming Matilija poppies, Clarkia, Delta Sunflower, California fuchsia, and buckwheat. Along the way, roam the Garden's famed century-old Redwood Grove, an otherworldly sanctuary of the tallest living conifers on Earth. Be sure to download or pickup the FREE Redwood guide at our Visitor Services kiosk for additional insights and information on the Redwood Grove.


SFBGS and San Francisco Recreation and Park Department San Francisco Botanical Garden's beauty and value as a major cultural resource are the result of a successful public/private partnership between San Francisco Botanical Garden Society and the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

ADMISSION  FREE for Members, SF Residents (with proof of residency) & School Groups | $8 Non-residents | Discounts for Seniors, Families & Children

LOCATED In Golden Gate Park, with entrances at the corner of Ninth Ave. at Lincoln Way (Main Gate) & at MLK Jr. Drive off the Music Concourse (Friend/North Gate) | Phone: (415) 661-1316 | Mail: 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122-2370

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