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Featured Events

  • Wed, Apr 21
    Apr 21, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Join award-winning photographer Saxon Holt on a photographic journey through his new book, Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates: Plants for a Lush, Water-Conscious Landscape.
  • Recording Now Available
    Join ethnobotanist Enrique Salmón as he discusses his new book, Iwígara: American Indian Ethnobotanical Traditions and Science.
  • Recording Now Available
    Recording Now Available
    Dr. Coffey shares her perspective on the global Magnolia conservation effort in which San Francisco Botanical Garden (SFBG) is playing a significant role. Ryan Guillou, SFBG Curator, will discuss the exciting partnerships that will preserve and perpetuate San Francisco Botanical Garden’s unique Magn
  • Tues, Weds, Thurs
    San Francisco Botanical Garden
    Tues, Weds, Thurs
    San Francisco Botanical Garden, 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA
    Volunteers and staff have worked hard to get the Children's Garden back into shape to welcome families, and we've come up with a new program model to allow us to share the Garden safely with you. Pre-registration required.
  • Recording Now Available
    Conserving the world’s plants depends on partnerships. Join the Garden’s curator, Ryan Guillou, as he shares his experiences partnering with Botanic Gardens Conservation International, and his trip to Kenya to help preserve its endangered flora.
  • Sat, Apr 03
    Apr 03, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Join us for a virtual, hands-on botanical workshop with instructor Baylor Chapman. Using moss to create a living vase, kokedama is a traditional Japanese gardening technique dating back centuries.

Events Calendar

For a list of all Upcoming Events, Click Here


Event Information Contact: 

415-661-1316 x427

[email protected]


1199 9th Ave

San Francisco, CA 94122

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (415) 661-1316

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San Francisco Botanical Garden is a public/private partnership between San Francisco Botanical Garden Society and the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

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