Berkeley Botanical Garden

Photo from the Berkeley Botanical Garden of drought-tolerant plants

Photo from the Berkeley Botanical Garden of drought-tolerant plants

Photo from the Berkeley Botanical Garden of drought-tolerant plants

Photo from the Berkeley Botanical Garden of drought-tolerant plants

One of the dreamy perks of living in the East Bay is easy access to the Berkeley Botanical Garden, which boasts one of the largest collections of Mediterranean, South African, and Desert plant collections in the world, all conveniently located in one spectacular setting, up a canyon with views out to the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. If you are in the area, it is a must-visit place, especially in these times of drought, as you can discover the positively huge range and variety of plants from all over the world that actually grow and thrive in drought, and that look good to boot.

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