The Golden State, San Francisco’s Botanical Garden Celebrating 75 years
Destination Beautiful. December’s cold snap was beneficial to the magnolia garden. A grand awakening, the magnificent magnolias are blooming at San Francisco’s Botanical Garden. Visit Now through March 2016.
San Francisco’s Botanical Garden. Notable Collection: Historic Magnolia Trees, date back to 1939. Magnolias are the gardens signature flower, according to a press release from the Botanical Garden.
Add this jewel of a garden to your Next List. Tour this TripAdvisor award winner, 2015.
The Garden is open 365 days a year
Magnolia campbellii. Tom Karlo
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Press Exert from S.F. Botanical Garden
SAN FRANCISCO – During the grayest days of winter, nature stages a one-of-a-kind disruption every year at San Francisco Botanical Garden as more than 100 magnolias, many rare and historic, defy the gloom and erupt into a riot of pink and white blossoms. Velvety silver buds on the often bare branches of these elegant trees open into saucersized, vibrant flowers, filling the wintery Garden with dramatic splashes of color and sweetly fragrant scents. The breathtaking annual floral spectacle, with trees reaching 80 feet, is at its peak from mid-January through March.
PDF press release
News worthy story about the garden…
December Cold Snap Spurs…Story By Amy Graff on January 27, 2016 at 8:06 AM
Story posted SFGATE
photo credit Kathryn Rummel.
- The botanical garden hosts monthly plant sales.
The Golden State. San Francisco, California.
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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