These 44.5 acres adjacent to College of the Redwoods provide the public with a wide range of native and exotic plants that thrive in the local climate. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing and suitable for all ages, the site offers education about horticulture, sustainability, botany, ecology, and global plant conservation and restoration. The unique HBGF gardens reflect the influence of their geographic location , which straddles two climate regions, the Mediterranean and Pacific Marine. As a result, very diverse groups of plants thrive here and the region boasts several unique, endemic species.
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