With over 8,000 plant species from around the world, visitors are treated to a stunning display of flora in landscaped gardens and open spaces.

San Francisco's microclimate allows the botanical gardens to house rare plant species, contributing significantly to plant conservation efforts.

As a living museum of plants, the San Francisco Botanical Garden is home to several plant collections.

The magnolia collection features nearly 100 magnolias with 51 different species and is the most significant collection of magnolias for conservation efforts outside of China.

A pair of palms that were planted in 1983 and are still immature at 70-feet tall! Nature lovers will be inspired by the unique collection of plant species in this urban sanctuary!

The San Francisco Botanical Garden is the perfect urban oasis featuring a variety of plant species that thrive in the Bay Area’s mild climate.

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