Are you sick of pictures of Mendocino yet? I posted about Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden’s fuchsias a little while back, then Matti posted more pics in his Hot, Loud, Proud post, but they’ve got oh so much more. It’s most definitely worth the driving up from SF for a visit.
Hurray for the most important section of the garden, succulents and cacti! Is it just me, or are the plant signs really cute? Mendocino gets an A++++ in the signage department.
If these agave babies had cute little cheeks, I would pinch them. Want to see all 106 pictures we took at Mendocino Coast Gardens? Check out our flickr set. I promise we’re done blogging about it until the next trip, except for this one last picture of Rhodochiton atrosanguineum. We brought one home for the shady side of the garden. Sometimes Annie’s has them around, so put one on your wishlist.
Categories: Public Gardens | Tags: Abutilon megapotamicum, Aeonium arboreum ‘Cyclops’, agave parryi, aloe plicatilis, Echeveria pulvinata hybrid, fan aloe, heather, Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden, plush plant, Rhodochiton atrosanguineum “Purple Bell Vine”, Trailing Abutilon | Permalink