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One of the most interesting parts of the Botanical Garden, the Succulent Garden includes high terraced beds enclosed by stone walls. Huge flowering aloes, agaves, barrel cacti, and many other succulents native to the Western Hemisphere thrive on this warm, sunny slope. Anna's and Allen's Hummingbirds, Song Sparrows, Chickadees, and Kinglets frequent the Succulent Garden. Photos from this zone can be viewed here.

0107sfbg09apr04z22 Picoides pubescens
downy woodpecker
2009-APR-04, bed 50e
0186sfbg09may10z22 Selasphorus sasin
Allen's hummingbird
2009-MAY-10, bed 50d
0187sfbg09may10z22 Tachycineta bicolor
tree swallow
2009-MAY-10, bed 50e
0083sfbg09mar27z22 Aloe sp.

2009-MAR-27, bed 50a
0099sfbg09mar30z22 Selasphorus sasin
Allen's Hummingbird
2009-MAR-30, bed 50c
0109sfbg09apr04z22 Puya chilensis

2009-APR-04, bed 50d

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