Sorry if there is any confusion, but my topic today is a new garden of ancient plants at the San Francisco Botanical Garden near its north entrance . I happened upon this garden after I took my brother to the California Academy of Sciences last month. Even after a tour that is too brief, I can strongly recommend this little gem to all gardeners for not just its nice collection of exotic plants, but also for its very well designed layout and beautifully constructed hardscape. Here are some of my photos:
Dinosaur foot prints set the mood!
Informative signs. There are five more for each era
My niece showing off her kick-boxing moves
Rare (and expensive) cycads are all over the place
Very obscure dedication plaque set at the base of a boulder near the entrance. I am curious about the story