What to See Each Month:
(click the link on any photo to learn more about each plant!)
Hiba Cedar can be found on the Conifer Lawn (Bed 46b) and the Temperate Asia Garden (Beds 4B and 20).
Ceanothus spp. can be found Native California Garden beds: 32, 33, 34,35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
Exhibition Garden beds: 3I, 3Q
Aristolochia californica is located on the Redwood Trail in Beds 48H and 48I on shaded slopes, scrambling over rhododendrons and elderberries, and growing up the bases of redwoods. It can also be found in the Arthur L. Menzies Garden of California Native Plants on the northwest side of Bed 40B, covering a rose thicket.
Taxus baccata can be found in the Redwood Grove (specifically surrounding the outdoor redwood classroom, Beds 48G and 48N); Temperate Asia Garden (Bed 20); Rhododendron Garden (Beds 73D, 73E); California Garden (Bed 40A.)
Tree dahlias are located in the Mesoamerican Cloud Forest (Beds 14A, 24G, 25A, 25C, 26E).
Telanthophora grandifolia is located southern edge of the great meadow in the Meso-American Cloud Forest Garden (Bed 14).
Magnolia laevifolia 'Strybing Compact' is located in the Library Terrace (Bed 6L).
Magnolia laevifolia can be found in the Temperate Asia Garden (Bed 4A); the Moon Viewing Garden (Bed 74); and the Ancient Plant Garden (Bed 68B).
Leucospermum spp. can be found in the South African garden (Beds 26B, 27F, 27H, 30, 32A-C, 42A, 42B, 43).
Chlorogalum pomeridianum 1
Chlorogalum pomeridianum is located in the Arthur L. Menzies Garden of California Native Plants (Beds 34B and 38B).
Eschscholzia californica can be found in the Arthur L. Menzies Garden of California Native Plants, west of the New World Cloud Forest, along the southern border of the Garden.
Arbutus menziesii is located in the Arthur L. Menzies Garden of California Native Plants (Beds 32C and 38A).
Rosmarinus is located in the Mediterranean Garden (Bed 28) and the Garden of Fragrance (Bed 11).
Salvia cacaliifolia is located in the Mesoamerican Cloud Forest (Beds 14A, 24C 29B and 29G).