Magnolia denudata Yulan magnolia 'Jade Lily'. Photo by Saxon Holt.
Some sun, a little water, good soil, and the generosity of friends like you help San Francisco Botanical Garden thrive.
San Francisco's unique Botanical Garden inspires visitors with an extraordinary diversity of plants – 55 acres of sanctuary featuring both landscaped gardens and open spaces of over 8,000 types of plants from around the globe.
Ways to Help
Every day, San Francisco Botanical Garden makes our community a more beautiful place to live and work, and provides new and exciting opportunities for lifelong learning about the importance of plants in our lives. Through its programs, the Botanical Garden cultivates the bond between people and plants, instilling a deeper understanding of the need to conserve earth's biological heritage.
Our botanical, horticultural and environmental education programs thrive because of the generosity and support of friends like you. Please make a gift today.
For more information, contact one of the members of the Development Department team.