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Quarryhill Botanical Garden, Glen Ellen

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Reviews
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  • We arrived at Quarry Hill which is a wonderful 25 acres of Asian trees, shrubs, plants, streams, ponds, and natural walking paths. We chose to go on the self-guided tour. Millicent, in the gift shop n...  more »
  • We were there 2 weeks ago, mid May. There was much in bloom, but I think in 2 more weeks it would have been fuller and more colorful. Stick to the worn pathways--yes there are rattlesnakes! We crossed...  more »
  • We visited this garden 2 days ago and found it very disappointing. With talk of all the Asian plants, I had visions of at least a section of manicured shrubs and flowers. Instead, everything looked ov...  more »
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  • Not a lot of blooming plants~ the roses by the gift shop were pretty but the trails did not have a lot to offer in ways of flowers / plants. Lots trees and bushes. I would have enjoyed more flowers in a botanical garden. The $12 entrance fee was high for what the gardens offered.
  • Botanical Research Garden. The place for plant lovers who want to see plants in natural settings. Pretty walks. Best in Spring when plants are blooming.
  • I recommend going here in a nice morning. You will be walking up and down hills. There are a lot of great trees / plants but unfortunately not too much shade so bring a hat, bring a water bottle and go in the morning. Worker at the gift shop was very friendly, gave us a map and recommendations on the trail path. They did a very good job with this small space. I'm not a botanical type of person, but still had a few plants that spoke out to me. There are picnic tables outside of the trail and inside the trail. No dogs allowed though :( There are workers in their golf carts going around too so you won't be able to sneak them in.
  • Scenic botanical garden meets hiking trail spread across 25 acres of primarily Asian-origin plants across an expansive backdrop of Sonoma vineyards .
  • Such a beautiful place. Perfect for a change of pace from the wineries along the Hwy 12 corridor. Perfect to share a bottle of wine in the many areas of this wonderful garden