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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 12, 2010

Regional Parks Botanic Garden at Tilden Park

February 8, 2010 – visited the Regional Parks Botanic Garden located in Tilden Park in Berkeley, CA. to see early spring wildflowers. The garden is exclusively native plants of California. The garden website is:   Regional Parks Botanic Garden at Tilden Park

Flowers in bloom included lupines, manzanitas, Foetid Adder’s Tongue, and Gooseberries. I also found the contrast of the leafless dogwoods against the leafless poplars (Quaking Aspens) interesting.

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  1. dogwoods/aspens not uploading… others great.

  2. I think I have it fixed. I am not sure what the problem is. Usually, but not always the picture loads. You might try again and you also might try using a different browser. I am new to this and not quite sure why it sometimes fails. Thanks for the feedback.

  3. [...] have a chance, check out A Nature’s Mom post about the Botanic Garden at Tilden Park. And, at Natural History Wanderings, you can see what flowers are in bloom. I think next time, we are going to the hike Trail Hiker [...]


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