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The Rhododendron Garden is a must-see for its collection of primary species of Chinese and Himalayan origin. Blooms of red, pink, white, and
yellow proliferate in late winter and early spring. A short steep walk to the top of a small hill will give you a broad view of the Great Meadow and Inner Sunset neighborhood. Magnolia trees grow on the side of the hill. View photos from the Rhododendron Garden.

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'Patricia Marie pink form'

0233sfbg09may24z19 Rhododendron indicum
'Satsuki Red'
0234sfbg09may24z19 Rhododendron sp.

2009-MAY-24, bed 73j
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'White Pearl'
2009-MAY-10, bed 73a
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'Mi Amor'
2009-MAY-10, bed 73d
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'Helene Schiffner'
2009-APR-16, bed 73j
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'Ethel Stocker'
2009-APR-16, bed 73j
0151sfbg09apr16z19 Reineckia carnea
Chinese reineckia
2009-APR-16, bed 73j
0063sfbg09mar24z19 Echium sp.
2009-MAR-24, bed 28b
0135sfbg09apr11z19 Rhododendron
''Mysterious Maddenii'
2009-APR-11, bed 73b
0148sfbg09apr16z19 Rhododendron
'Noyo Chief'
2009-APR-16, bed 73k
0030sfbg09feb08z19 Rhododendron giganteum

2009-FEB-08, bed 73j
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'Loderi King George'
2009-MAR-24, bed 73j
0062sfbg09mar24z19 Leucadendron sp.

2009-MAR-24, bed 28b

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