Redwood Grove at the San Francisco Botanical Garden

Redwood Grove pic
Redwood Grove
Image: sfbotanicalgarden.org

Currently living in the Bay Area in California and working as a nurse practitioner, Jonathan Vrban enjoys spending time gardening and studying botany. Also a fan of cooking and baking, Jonathan Vrban likes to travel to destinations like Italy, but his own city also has plenty to offer.

San Francisco boasts many attractions, from the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz to the tourist favorite Fisherman’s Wharf. One hidden gem in the area is San Francisco Botanical Garden, a living museum in Golden Gate Park that includes more than 55 acres of landscaped gardens as well as open natural spaces.

One of the park’s biggest draws is the Redwood Grove, a treat for visitors who do not want to journey out of the city to view these towering giant trees. Planted near the turn of the 20th century, the trees are some of the oldest in the garden. Furthermore, the area contains more than 100 species of plants to make the grove resemble a typical redwood forest. Visitors to the grove can download or pick up the Redwood Trail Guide or listen to a walking tour podcast.

The park is open 365 days a year. Learn more by visiting www.sfbotanicalgarden.org.

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