Fall at the SF Botanical Garden
Fall is a beautiful time in the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Heather and I visited today, walking through the Meso American Cloud Forest and Temperate Asia. The crabapple trees (Malus) are still clinging to the last of their blooms, bright pink flowers popping out of grey stems. The Gingko biloba trees are turning from green to gold. And there’s still plenty in bloom, from the dangling red and yellow of Deppea splendens to the gentle pink curls of Nerine bowdenii. If you’re in town, check it out.
See also: Far Out Flora’s recent trip to SFBG.