Magnolias in San Francisco

Between February and March, two-hundred Magnolia trees begin flourishing at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. It becomes an Eden for photographers, painters, and those who appreciate the power of nature.

The natural “collection” began in 1940 with the first Magnolia Campelli, which still stands in the gardens. In 2022, the Magnolia peak was in Mid-March.

If you go this year, you may want to find the garden featured in the film “Memoirs of a Geisha.”

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