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Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Gardens (Golden Gate Park)
Garden Address: Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way
San Francisco 94122

Contact: Garden Manager

Phone: (415) 661-1316

Fax: (415) 661-7427

Mail Address: Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, San Francisco, CA 94122

E-mail Address: info@strybing.org

Web Site: http://www.strybing.org

Sponsor: Owned and operated by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department/Strybing Arboretum Society, a non-profit, member supported organization.

Days: daily

Hours: 8 a.m.--4:30 p.m. Mon.--Fri, 10 a.m.--5 p.m. Sat--Sun

Fees: free

Size: 55 acres

Wheelchair Access: No

Directions: Just inside the 9th Ave. entrance to Golden Gate Park, off Lincoln Way.

Description: 7,000 species of plants. The California section selects plants suited to a rock garden, meadow, arroyo, pond, chaparral, and mixed woodland.

Features: Helen Crocker Russell Library, moon-viewing platform, and much more in the Golden Gate Park's museum of plants. Plant collections include: Mediterranean climate areas, i.e., California, Chile, South Africa, Southern Australia and the Mediterranean Basin.

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