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U.C. Riverside Botanic Gardens
Garden Address: University of California
Riverside 92521

Contact: Steve Morgan

Phone: (909) 784-6962 or 787-4650

Mail Address: Botanic Gardens, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521

E-mail Address: ucrbg@ucr.edu

Web Site: http://gardens.ucr.edu

Sponsor: University of California, Riverside, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences

Days: daily. Closed for New Year's Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Christmas

Hours: 8 a.m.--5 p.m

Fees: free

Size: 40 acres

Wheelchair Access: Yes

Directions: Take 60 Freeway to Martin Luther King Blvd exit. Turn right, then right again on Canyon Crest. Follow signs to the garden.

Description: Collections organized geographically and according to plant families.

Features: Waterwise features include extensive Cacti and South African Succulent Sections, California native plants. Boysie Day Baja California Garden, Australian Section, Southwest Desert Section, and Herb Garden. Other features include the Geodesic Dome Lathhouse, Rose Garden, Subtropical Fruit Orchard and the Lilac Walk.

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