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  • Love the shocking pink markings on this species cyclamen in the Davies Alpine House. Hard to believe it wasn’t bred to look like this
  • Love the shocking pink markings on this species cyclamen in the Davies Alpine House. Hard to believe it wasn’t bred to look like this
  • 357 13 7 hours ago

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  • SIN 🇸🇬 - Botanic gardens six months ago.
  • SIN 🇸🇬 - Botanic gardens six months ago.
  • 9 1 2 hours ago
  • As much as it pains me to say it... Christmas is fast approaching so what better way to ignore it than having a relaxing bath 🛁👌
  • As much as it pains me to say it... Christmas is fast approaching so what better way to ignore it than having a relaxing bath 🛁👌
  • 13 1 4 hours ago
  • This is truly a dejavu. When in doubt, turn to nature 🌸🌿 #botanicgarden
  • This is truly a dejavu. When in doubt, turn to nature 🌸🌿 #botanicgarden
  • 0 0 4 hours ago
  • Облетел 🤷🏻‍♂️🍂🌳🍁
  • Облетел 🤷🏻‍♂️🍂🌳🍁
  • 135 9 6 hours ago
  • Love the shocking pink markings on this species cyclamen in the Davies Alpine House. Hard to believe it wasn’t bred to look like this
  • Love the shocking pink markings on this species cyclamen in the Davies Alpine House. Hard to believe it wasn’t bred to look like this
  • 357 13 7 hours ago
  • Australian Brush Turkey came by to say Hi to me at the Brisbane Botanic Garden. Glad we don’t have these @RBGSydney They make huge mounds of compost and leaves to incubate their eggs. Not so garden friendly.
  • Australian Brush Turkey came by to say Hi to me at the Brisbane Botanic Garden. Glad we don’t have these @RBGSydney They make huge mounds of compost and leaves to incubate their eggs. Not so garden friendly.
  • 97 9 8 hours ago
  • One of East Bay Regional Park District’s “OG” and oldest parks, the crown jewel of the system, a symbol of Berkeley city’s accessibility to nature and commitment to environmental sustainability, with a sprawling 2,079-acre wonderland of forested hills that ring San Francisco Bay’s eastern cusp and calling all nature lovers, characterized by unique variegated look, hilly meadows streaked w/ multifarious woodland, genteel notion of nature perfectly complementing the opulent hillside neighborhoods, completing w/ lots of group picnic areas, a swimming lake, a nature center, a children’s farm, a merry-go-around that dates to 1911, a botanic garden, an event hall, a golf course and a dense network of trails climbing into the remarkably scenic hills above the canyon, Tilden Regional Park isn’t so much a place for hiking as it is for extended nature walks. Nimitz Way Trail, named in 1955 in honor of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, former U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander, who was known to hike in the area of Inspiration Point, spreading wild flower seeds during the time of residence in Berkeley, traverses the park from north to south following the ridgeline of hills, offering views of San Francisco Bay, San Pablo Reservoir and Mt. Diablo. Regional Parks Botanic Garden, a showcase and living museum of California native plants - a Sunday hike and stroll through both sites w/ Mia make a delightful and perfect escape from hustle and bustle of city life and warm reception of pleasant fall season 🌲🌼🍁⛰🌤💚🥾😇
  • One of East Bay Regional Park District’s “OG” and oldest parks, the crown jewel of the system, a symbol of Berkeley city’s accessibility to nature and commitment to environmental sustainability, with a sprawling 2,079-acre wonderland of forested hills that ring San Francisco Bay’s eastern cusp and calling all nature lovers, characterized by unique variegated look, hilly meadows streaked w/ multifarious woodland, genteel notion of nature perfectly complementing the opulent hillside neighborhoods, completing w/ lots of group picnic areas, a swimming lake, a nature center, a children’s farm, a merry-go-around that dates to 1911, a botanic garden, an event hall, a golf course and a dense network of trails climbing into the remarkably scenic hills above the canyon, Tilden Regional Park isn’t so much a place for hiking as it is for extended nature walks. Nimitz Way Trail, named in 1955 in honor of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, former U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander, who was known to hike in the area of Inspiration Point, spreading wild flower seeds during the time of residence in Berkeley, traverses the park from north to south following the ridgeline of hills, offering views of San Francisco Bay, San Pablo Reservoir and Mt. Diablo. Regional Parks Botanic Garden, a showcase and living museum of California native plants - a Sunday hike and stroll through both sites w/ Mia make a delightful and perfect escape from hustle and bustle of city life and warm reception of pleasant fall season 🌲🌼🍁⛰🌤💚🥾😇
  • 151 3 15 October, 2019
  • Wandering through wildflowers at the Botanic Garden
  • Wandering through wildflowers at the Botanic Garden
  • 56 1 13 October, 2019
  • The botanic gardens on a beautiful spring day
  • The botanic gardens on a beautiful spring day
  • 104 2 6 October, 2019