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Start Here!DCentral LawnGarden GuideChildren’s Play Area612Garden GuideSalesforce Park showcases over 50 species oftrees and over 230 species of understory plants.It also offers a robust year-round calendar offree public programs and activities, like fitnessclasses, concerts, and crafting classes!3Palm GardenAustralian GardenSalesforce Park showcasesoverGarden50 specie7 iterranean BasinE ú ØƀØÊèà Japanese Maples-ã ¼ÜÊ Êă ØÜ ØÊ èÜã ¼ Ã Ø Õè ¼« ÕØÊ Ø ÂÜ Ã ã«ó«ã« Üŧ ¼«¹ ĆãÃPrehistoricGardenF Amphitheater ¼ ÜÜ Üŧ Êà ØãÜŧ Ã Ø ã«Ã ¼ ÜÜ ÜũMain Lawn4Wetland GardenAOak Meadow8Desert GardenBBamboo Grove9Fog Garden5Redwood Forest10Chilean GardenCMain Plaza11South AfricanGarden

1Children’sPlay AreaABOUT THE GARDENSThis 5.4 acre park has a layered soil system thatbalances seismic shifting, collects and filters stormwater, and irrigates the gardens. Additionally, the soilbuild-up and dense planting help offset the urbanheat island effect by lowering the air temperature.The gardens showcase the wide variety of plantsthat grow in California's Mediterranean climate aswell as the diversity of plants from several of theworld's other Mediterranean climate zones. Each ofthose areas, from Mediterranean Europe to westernAustralia, is featured in its own location in the park.The park's different gardens allow visitors to alsoappreciate the climatic conditions and environmentsfrom drought to fog, desert to forest that exist inCalifornia.The park and all plantings were designed by PWPLandscape Architecture (Peter Walker & Partners).AustralianGardenThe botanist aboard the Endeavor, Sir JosephBanks, is credited with introducing many plantsfrom Australia to the western world, and manyplants today bear his name.Native to eastern Australia, Grass Trees may growonly 3 feet in 100 years, and mature plants can becenturies old.TREESKURRAJONGBrachychiton PopulneusNARROW-LEAVED BOTTLE TREEBrachychiton RupestrisFLAME BOTTLETREEBrachychiton AcerifoliusLACEBARK TREEBrachychiton DiscolorPLANTSWILLOW WATTLEAcacia IteaphyllaCORAL DRIFT FLAME BUSHAdenanthos Cuneatus 'Coral Drift'COASTAL WOOLLYBUSHAdenanthos SericeusSTORM CLOUD LILY OF THE NILEAgapanthus 'Storm Cloud'BLUE HIBISCUSAlyogyne HuegeliiRED KANGAROO PAWAnigozanthos 'Bush Sunset'Pictured: Echium Candicans

HEATH-LEAVED BANKSIABanksia EricifoliaSHOWY BANKSIABanksia Speciosa2HAIRPIN BANKSIABanksia Spinulosa' Schnapper Point'BUSH PEAChorizema 'Bush Flame'GIANT SPEAR LILYDoryanthes PalmeriFLAX LILYMediterraneanBasinDianella ‘Cassa Blue’GRAY HONEY-MYRTLEThe climate of San Francisco is itself classified as'Mediterranean' in reference to our dry summerand cool, rainy winters, a weather pattern we sharewith much of the Mediterranean Basin.AUSTRALIAN GRASS TREECork Oak, harvested from living trees, is used forwine bottle stoppers.DWARF MAT RUSHLomandra Longifolia 'Breeze'Melaleuca IncanaXanthorrhoea PreissiiOak woodlands have higher levels of biodiversitythan virtually any other terrestrial ecosystem inCalifornia, providing habitat for nearly half of theterrestrial vertebrate species found in the state.TREESMARINA STRAWBERRY TREEArbutus 'Marina'MEDITERREAN FAN PALMChamaerops HumilisOLIVEOlea 'Swan Hill'CORK OAKQuercus SuberPictured: Anigozanthos ‘Bush Sunset’PLANTSBLUE MEDITERRANEAN FAN PALMChamaerops Humilis var. CeriferaROCKROSECistus Ladanifer 'Blanche'SMOKETREECotinus Coggygria 'Royal Purple'AUSTRALIAN FUCHSIACorrea 'Ivory Bells'MEDITERRANEAN SPURGEPictured: Chorizema 'Bush Flame'Euphorbia Characias Wulfenii

MADEIRA CRANESBILLGeranium MaderenseCORSICAN HELLEBOREHelleborus ArgutifoliusBAY LAUREL3Laurus NobilisLAVENDERLavandula X Intermedia 'Grosso'COMMON MYRTLEMyrtus CommunisCAT MINTPrehistoricGardenNepeta ReichenbachianaOLIVE ‘LITTLE OLIVE’Olea Europaea 'Montra'HOPLEY'S PURPLE OREGANOOriganum Laevigatum 'Hopley's’JERUSALEM SAGEExcavation of the Transit Center site unearthed aColumbian mammoth tooth and vertebrate bonefragments from the Pleistocene Epoch 10 to 15million years ago, 110 feet below grade. Thisgarden exhibits any plants that have lived since thetime of the dinosaurs.Phlomis FruticosaVARIEGATED ITALIAN BUCKTHORNRhamnus Alaternus 'Variegata'TUSCAN BLUE ROSEMARYRosmarinus Officinalis 'Tuscan Blue'LEMON QUEEN LAVENDER COTTONSantolina Neapolitana 'Lemon Queen'AUTUMN MOOR GRASSSesleria AutumnalisGIANT FEATHER GRASSStipa GiganteaBUSH GERMANDERTeucrium Fruticans 'Azureum'TREESMONKEY PUZZLE TREEAraucaria AraucanaGINKGOGinkgo BilobaCHAMPAKMichelia ChampacaWOLLEMI PINEWollemia NobilisPLANTSNEW ZEALAND WIND GRASSAnemanthele LessonianaRED BRAZILIAN TREE FERNBlechnum BrasilienseSILVER LADY FERNBlechnum Gibbum ‘Silver Lady’AUSTRALIAN TREE FERNCyathea CooperiPANZHIHUA SAGO PALMCycas PanzhihuaensisMADAGASCAR CYCADCyas ThouarsiiTASMANIAN TREE FERNDicksonia AntarcticaPictured: Euphorbia Characias Wulfenii

EASTERN CAPE GIANT CYCADEncephalartos AltensteiniiTHE NATAL CYCADEncephalartos NatalensisBURRAWANG4Macrozamia CommunisNEW SOUTH WALES MACROZAMIAMacrozamia JohnsoniiCARNARVON GORGE MACROZAMIAMacrozamia MooreiSCENTED PEARLWetlandGardenMichelia YunnanensisOLIVE ‘LITTLE OLIVE’Olea Europaea 'Montra'This wetland was designed to polish greywater andwill temporarily store, filter, and clean runoff water.It can provide habitat for butterflies, bees, birds,and other creatures.TREESRIVER BIRCHBetula NigraPLANTSJAPANESE SWEET FLAGAcorus Gramineus 'Ogon'BEAR'S BREECHESAcanthus MollisFROSTY CURLS HAIR SEDGECarex AlbulaRED-TWIG DOGWOODCornus Sericea 'Isanti'AUTUMN FERNPictured: Araucaria AraucanaDryopteris ErythrosoraDWARF HORSETAILEquisetum ScirpoidesGIANT RHUBARB / DINOSAUR FOODGunnera ManicataFIBER OPTIC GRASSIsolepis CernuaCARMAN'S SACRED JAPANESE RUSHJuncus 'Carman's Japanese'QUARTZ CREEK SOFT RUSHJuncus Effusus 'Quartz Creek'PALE RUSHPictured: Cyathea CooperiJuncus Pallidus

ELK BLUE CALIFORNIA GRAY RUSHAJuncus Patens 'Elk Blue'LACE FERNMicrolepia StrigosaOak Meadow.TREESCALIFORNIA BUCKEYEAesculus CalifornicaPERSIAN IRONWOODParrotia PersicaCOAST LIVE OAKQuercus AgrifoliaENGELMANN OAKQuercus EngelmanniiPictured: Gunnera ManicataNETLEAF OAKQuercus RugosaISLAND OAKQuercus TomentellaSOUTHERN LIVE OAKQuercus VirginianaCORK OAKQuercus SuberPictured: Acorus Gramineus ‘Ogon’BBamboo GrovePLANTSGIANT TIMBER BAMBOOPhyllostachys BambusoidesPictured: Acanthus Mollis

5RED KANGAROO PAWAnigozanthos 'Bush Sunset'ELK CLOVERAralia CalifornicaCHINESE HOLLYBerberis LomariifoliaRedwoodForestWEEPING BROWN SEDGECarex FlagelliferaAUSTRALIAN TREE FERNCyathea CooperiTASMAN FLAX-LILYDianella TasmanicaThe California State tree includes two members ofthe Sequoia family: the Coast Redwood, which isthe tallest tree in the world reaching 400 feet tall,and the Giant Sequoia, whose 30-foot diametertrunk makes it the most massive tree species.In redwood forests, 80% of the plant species havethe ability to absorb water vapor directly throughtheir leaves.The fog irrigates plants when it condenses on treesurfaces and drips onto the ground. During summerdrought, fog condensation provides around two-thirdsof the water needed by understory plants.TASMANIAN TREE FERNDicksonia AntarcticaOSTRICH FERNMatteuccia StruthiopterisGRAY HONEY-MYRTLEMelaleuca IncanaEVERGEEN EULALIAMiscanthus TransmorrisonensisPACIFIC WAX MYRTLEMyrica CalifornicaCOMMON MYRTLEMyrtus CommunisTREESCALIFORNIA INCENSE-CEDARCalocedrus DecurrensHIMALAYAN CEDARCedrus DeodaraBRISBANE BOXLophostemon ConfertusTORREY PINEPinus TorreyanaWEEPING SEQUOIASequoiadendron Giganteum 'Pendulum’'APTOS BLUE' COASTAL REDWOODSequoia Sempervirens 'Aptos Blue'NEW ZEALAND FLAXPhormium ‘Dusky Chief’WESTERN SWORD FERNPolystichum MunitumSILVER PUYAPuya CoeruleaITALIAN BUCKTHORNRhamnus AlaternusEVE CASE COFFEEBERRYRhamnus Californica ‘Eve Case’PINK-FLOWERING CURRANTRibes S. Glutinosum ‘Claremont’AUSTRALIAN RASPBERRYRubus ParvifoliusPLANTSEMERALD CARPET CREEPING RASPBERRYRubus Pentalobus ‘Emerald Carpet’BEAR’S BREECHESAcanthus MollisJAPANESE SWEET FLAGAcorus Gramineus ‘Ogon’COMMON SNOWBERRYSymphoricarpos AlbusFRINGE CUPSTellima Grandiflora

GIANT CHAIN FERNWoodwardia FimbriataWHITE INSIDE-OUT FLOWERVancouveria HexandraDAVID VIBURNUM6Viburnum DavidiiCMain PlazaTREESLONDON PLANEPlatanus X AcerifoliaPalmGardenOnly one species of palm, the California Fan Palm, isnative to the state, although the Guadalupe Palm, nativeto Guadalupe Island off the coast of Baja California, alsolies within the California Floristic Province and isconsidered by some to be a native Californian.The Wine Palm's sap can be used to make a fermentedbeverage, but the palm must be felled in order todo so. Overharvesting of this palm for its sap anddevelopment pressures have left it vulnerable in itsnative South American habitat.TREESDBRAHEA CLARABrahea ClaraGUADALUPE PALMBrahea EdulisJELLY PALMCentral LawnButia CapitataEUROPEAN FAN PALMChamaerops HumilisCYPHOKENTIA CERIFERATREESNORFOLK ISLAND PINEAraucaria HeterophyllaDRAKE CHINESE ELMUlmus Parvifolia 'Drake'PLANTSFRADESI ESCALLONIAEscallonia 'Fradesii'ASIAN STAR JASMINETrachelospermum AsiaticumCyphokentia CeriferaHOWEA FORSTERIANAHowea ForsterianaCHILEAN WINE PALMJubaea ChilensisLEPIDOZAMIA PEROFFSKYANALepidozamia PeroffskyanaQUITO COCONUT PALMParajubaea CocoidesNORFOLK ISLAND PALMRhopalostylis Baueri

NIKAU PALMRhopalostylis SapidaKUMAON PALMTrachycarpus Takil7DWARF CHUSAN PALMTrachycarpus WagnerianusHYBRID CALIFORNIA FAN PALMWashingtonia Robusta X FiliferaPLANTSBURGUNDY SPIRE DRACEANA PALMCaliforniaGardenCordyline AustralisGIANT SPEAR LILYDoryanthes PalmeriTREE EUPHORBIAEuphorbia LambiiGREVILLEA ‘LONG JOHN’Grevillea ‘Long John’IOCHROMA CYANEUM 'BURGUNDY WINE'Iochroma Cyaneum 'Burgundy'BROOM RESTIOIschyrolepis SubverticillataTROPIC BELLE MAT RUSHLomandra Hystrix ‘Tropicbelle’MEXICAN WEEPING BAMBOOOtatea Acuminata AztecorumPALM GRASSSetaria PalmifoliaCalifornia's plant species are some of the oldest inthe world, with lower extinction rates than those ofmany other regions. Forty percent of the state's 5,550native species are endemic, naturally occurring onlyin California.Native North Americans used Manzanita berries forfood and the plant's leaves to treat poison oak rashand as toothbrushes.The Marina Strawberry Tree hybrid, sold throughoutCalifornia, originated in San Francisco in the early20th century and is a commonly planted street tree.TREESCALIFORNIA BUCKEYEAesculus CalifornicaMARINA STRAWBERRY TREEArbutus 'Marina'MONTEREY CYPRESSCupressus MacrocarpaSANTA CRUZ ISLAND IRONWOODLyonothamnus Floribundus AsplenifoliusTORREY PINEPinus TorreyanaISLAND OAKQuercus TomentellaPLANTSSENTINEL MANZANITAArctostaphylos Densiflora 'Sentinel'HOWARD MCMINN MANZANITAArctostaphylos 'Howard Mcminn'Pictured: Rhopalostylis Baueri

JOHN DOURLEY MANZANITAEVE CASE COFFEEBERRYArctostaphylos 'John Dourley’Rhamnus Californica 'Eve Case'PARADISE MANZANITALEMONADE BERRYArctostaphylos Pajaroensis 'Paradise'MENDOCINO REED GRASSCalamagrostis FoliosaCONCHA CEANOTHUSCeanothus 'Concha’FROSTY BLUE CEANOTHUSCeanothus 'Frosty Blue'Rhus IntegrifoliaMATILIJA POPPYRomneya CoulteriWHITE SAGESalvia ApianaWINNIFRED GILMAN BLUE SAGESalvia Clevelandii 'Winnifred Gilman'RAY HARTMAN CEANOTHUSCeanothus 'Ray Hartman’YANKEE POINT CEANOTHUSCeanothus 'Yankee Point'GIANT SEA DAHLIACoreopsis GiganteaSEASIDE DAISYErigeron GlaucusST. CATHERINE'S LACEEriogonum GiganteumRED-FLOWERED BUCKWHEATEriogonum Grande RubescensCOAST BUCKWHEATEriogonum LatifoliumCALIFORNIA FESCUEFestuca CalifornicaPictured: Arbutus 'Marina'COAST SILK-TASSELGarrya EllipticaCOW PARSNIPHeracleum LanatumTOYONHeteromeles ArbutifoliaCORAL BELLSHeuchera 'Rosada'DOUGLAS IRIS HYBRIDSIris Douglasiana HybridsDWARF SILVER BUSH LUPINELupinus Albifrons Var. CollinusBUSH LUPINELupinus ArboreusDEERGRASSMuhlenbergia RigensPictured: Heteromeles Arbutifolia

E8JapaneseMaplesDesertGardenTREESThis garden features desert plants from around theworld. Many species here are native to the Americasand Africa.JAPANESE MAPLEAcer PalmatumCORAL BARK JAPANESE MAPLEAcer Palmatum 'Sango-kaku'In Mexico, the Aztecs used Agave in a myriad of ways,from weaving clothes and paper from the strongfibers in the leaves to eating the cooked roots andflowers.The Dragon Blood Tree from the Canary Islands getsits name from the red resin extracted from its barkand leaves.FTREESDRAGON TREEDracaena DracoAmphitheaterMain LawnALOE MEDUSATREESBLACK ROSE AEONIUMAFRICAN SUMAC TREEAloe Tongaensis ‘Medusa’PLANTSSNOWY RIVER WATTLEAcacia BoormaniiAeonium Arboreum 'Zwartkop'Rhus IanceaGREEN PINWHEELPLANTSPINWHEELCORDYLINE 'SOLEDAD'Cordyline 'Soledad’RIVER WATTLEAcacia CognataAeonium DecorumAeonium HaworthiiMINT SAUCER AEONIUMAeonium 'Mint Saucer'FOXTAIL AGAVEAgave Attenuata

BLUE GLOW AGAVEDYCKIAAGAVE CELSII VAR. ALBICANS'AFTERGLOW' ECHEVERIATHREAD AGAVECANTE ECHEVERIAWHALE'S TONGUE AGAVEHENS AND CHICKSHEDGEHOG AGAVE'RED EDGE' ECHEVERIAQUEEN VICTORIA AGAVESAN PEDRO CACTUSSHORT-LEAVED ALOEMACDOUGALL'S FURCRAEANUBIAN ALOEGREVILLEA ‘MOONLIGHT’CAT'S TAIL ALOEFELT BUSHCAPE ALOEPINK ICEPLANTFAN ALOEEVE CASE COFFEEBERRYTILT-HEAD ALOEBLUE CHALK STICKSAgave ‘Blue Glow’Agave Celsii Var. AlbicansAgave FiliferaAgave OvatifoliaAgave StrictaAgave Victoriae-reginaeAloe BrevifoliaAloe CamperiAloe CastaneaAloe FeroxAloe PlicatilisAloe SpeciosaCORAL ALOEAloe StriataDyckiaEcheveria 'Afterglow'Echeveria CanteEcheveria ElegansEcheveria 'Red Edge'Echinopsis PachanoiFurcraea MacdougalliiGrevillea ‘Moonlight’Kalanchoe BeharensisOscularia DeltoidesRhamnus Californica 'Eve Case'Senecio MandraliscaeNARROW-LEAVED BIRD OF PARADISEStrelitzia JunceaCOAST ALOEAloe ThraskiiMALAGASY TREE ALOEAloe VaombeMEXICAN LILYBeschorneria YuccoidesSILVER TORCH CACTUSCleistocactus StrausiiFINGER ALOECotyledon Orbiculata Var. Oblonga 'Flavida'WATCH CHAINCrassula LycopodioidesMEXICAN GRASS TREEDasylirion LongissimumGIANT CHALK DUDLEYADudleya BrittoniiFRANK REINELT DUDLEYADudleya 'Frank Reinelt'Pictured: Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop

9BOWLES'S MAUVE WALLFLOWERErysimum 'Bowles's Mauve'PINEAPPLE GUAVAFeijoa SellowianaKAPUKAGriselinia LittoralisFogGardenCUSHION BUSHLeucophyta BrowniiSEA LAVENDERLimonium PereziiLEHUAMetrosideros Collina 'Springfire'Convection fog, also known as tule fog, settles low tothe ground during winter months, which producesmisting precipitation and reduces visibility.CREEPING MYOPORUMIn the summer, advection fog is produced whenwarm air rolls over the Marin hills to the north andhits the cool temperatures coming off the PacificOcean. This creates damp conditions, reduced light,cooler temperatures and strong winds.Pittosporum CrassifoliumTREESAUSTRALIAN TEA TREELeptospermum LaevigatumNEW ZEALAND CHRISTMAS TREEMetrosideros ExcelsaPLANTSMyoporum ParvifoliumKARONEW ZEALAND FLAXPhormium 'Dusky Chief'TUSCAN BLUE ROSEMARYRosmarinus Officinalis 'Tuscan Blue'EMERALD CARPET CREEPING RASPBERRYRubus Pentalobus 'Emerald Carpet'SEA CAMPIONSilene MaritimaCOAST ROSEMARYWestringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'TORCH ALOEAloe ArborescensPOWIS CASTLE WORMWOODArtemisia 'Powis Castle'SILVER SPEARAstelia ChathamicaBRACHYGLOTTIS 'SILVER DORMOUSE'Brachyglottis 'Silver Dormouse'MENDOCINO REED GRASSCalamagrostis FoliosaGERALDTON WAXFLOWERChamelaucium 'Lady Stephanie'LARGE CAPE RUSHChondropetalum ElephantinumPRIDE OF MADEIRAEchium CandicansPictured: Metrosideros Excelsa

10ROCK PURSLANECistanthe Grandiflora 'Jazz Time'COPPER SHINE MIRROR PLANTCoprosma 'Copper shine'DEPPEADeppea SplendensChileanGardenFRADES ESCALLONIAEscallonia 'Fradesii'PINEAPPLE GUAVAFeijoa SellowianaMAIDEN'S WREATHFrancoa RamosaThe Monkey Puzzle Tree earned its common namefrom a remark that 'it would puzzle a monkey toclimb that tree”.TREESMONKEY PUZZLE TREEAraucaria AraucanaMAYTENS TREEMaytenus Boaria 'Green Showers'PLANTSFOXTAIL AGAVEAgave AttenuataTORCH ALOEAloe ArborescensLILY OF THE INCAS / PERUVIAN LILYAlstroemeria 'The Third Harmonic'BOXLEAF AZARAAzara MicrophyllaDARWIN BARBERRYLILAC FUSCHSIAFuchsia ArborescensBOLIVIAN FUCHSIAFuchsia BolivianaHUMMINGBIRD FUCHSIAFuchsia MagellanicaSPANISH SHAWLHeterocentron ElegansCHILEAN BELLFLOWERLapageria RoseaNEW ZEALAND TEA TREELeptospermum 'Ruby Glow'ORANGE LIBERTIALibertia PeregrinansCHILEAN MYRTLELuma ApiculataSAPPHIRE TOWERPuya AlpestrisSILVER-LEAFED PRINCESS FLOWERTibouchina HeteromallaBerberis DarwiniiBOLAX GLEBARIABolax GlebariaSACRED FLOWER OF THE INCASCantua BuxifoliaCHILEAN JESSAMINECestrum ParquiBLUE EVERGREEEN HYDRANGEADichroa FebrifugaPictured: Aloe Arborescens

11FAIRY WANDDierama PulcherrimumLEMON DROP FORTNIGHT LILYDietes 'Lemon Drop'HORSETAIL RESTIOElegia CapensisSouth AfricanGardenHONEY EURYOPSEuryops VirgineusDRUMSTICKSIsopogon FormosusLION'S TAILLeonotis LeonurusA biodiversity hotspot, the Cape Floral Region in SouthAfrica is home to the greatest non-tropical concentration of higher plant species in the world. Although itrepresents less than 0.5% of the area of Africa, theregion contains nearly 20% of the continent's flora.So many South African plants grow in San Franciscoand throughout California that they are ubiquitous inthe landscape and considered by many to be native.LINE-LEAF CONEBUSHLeucadendron LinifoliumLIMESTONE CONEBUSHLeucadendron Meridianum 'More Silver'LEUCADENDRON SALIGNUM 'CHIEF'Leucadendron Salignum 'Chief'ROCKET PINCUSHIONLeucospermum 'Blanche Ito'TREESSILVER TREELeucadendron ArgenteumLONG-LEAFED YELLOWWOODPodocarpus HenkeliiPLANTSWILLOW WATTLEAcacia IteaphyllaHAIRY WATTLEAcacia VestitaAFRICAN DAISYArctotis 'Sun Spot'VULCAN AFRICAN DAISYArctotis 'Vulcan’ARISTEA INAEQUALISAristea InaequalisBABOON FLOWERBabiana StrictaLARGE CAPE RUSHChondropetalum ElephantinumVELDFIRE PINCUSHIONLeucospermum 'Veldfire'DWARF MAT RUSHLomandra Longifolia 'Breeze'HONEY BUSHMelianthus MajorPEPPERMINT-SCENTED GERANIUMPelargonium TomentosumSLENDER VELDT GRASSPennisetum SpathiolatumFEATHERHEADPhylica PubescensCAPE PLUMBAGOPlumbago AuriculataPINK ICE PROTEAProtea 'Pink Ice'SCURFY PEA SHRUBPsoralea PinnataBIRD OF PARADISEStrelitzia ReginaeCAPE HONEYSUCKLETecoma CapensisMOUNTAIN CABBAGE TREECussonia Paniculata Sinuata

Palm Garden California Garden Japanese Maples Amphitheater Main Lawn Desert Garden Fog Garden Chilean Garden South African Garden 11 10 9 8 F E 7 C 5 B A 4 3 2 1 6 D Garden Guide Salesforce Park showcases over 50 species of trees and over 230 species of understory plants. It also offers a robust year-round calendar of

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