1. Anna Hautzinger

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    This garden has 2 distinct areas. The first is a conventional garden, displaying various groupings of plants in “rooms”. One of the most notable is a Blue pine, with actual blue pinecones. The cactus display is beautiful, as are the roses. There is a display hall containing potted plants.The second part of the garden is more of a ramble. There is a farm and play area for kids, a great dahlia garden and a great clifftop walk with the ocean roaring below. There also is a small cabin that overlooks the ocean. A great walk for a lovely day.

  2. TGranger17

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    Amazing, simply…

  3. Teri Tadder

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    Such a beautiful place!

  4. Sangeeta Shahri

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    beautiful.can spend couple of hours.

  5. A Google User

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    With every passing generation, we seem to get farther and farther away from the ideals which dictated that giving people access to beauty, culture, art and knowledge would create happier, saner and safer societies in which to live.Cities like San Francisco built museums, parks, gardens, ponds, fountains and other aesthetics into their city planning, in an effort to foster a sensitive and educated public.What a wonderful thing it is to visit the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and see acres of beautiful paths and plantings laid out for the sole purpose of putting humans in touch with peace and happiness. I’d love to be able to pay admission into this very special garden for every stressed out, overworked, unhappy, quarrelsome American and see if it would help them to find a new kind of serenity within themselves.This is a valuable, truly needed place and we extend our thanks to the wonderful people who have maintained and preserved the gardens for so many years.