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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens offers everything from colorful displays to thunderous waves. The mild maritime climate makes it a garden for all seasons, attracting gardeners and nature lovers. With manicured formal gardens, a dense coastal pine...more
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My wife wanted to visit here, but since we arrived at 4 p.m. (and the gardens closes at 5 p.m.), we were not allowed to buy tickets and enter. So come earlier in the afternoon! The place looks huge and if you love flowers, it...More
Fort Bragg was a stopover during our redwood/Pacific Coast Highway trip. We had an afternoon and decided to visit three gardens. We are glad that we did. First, at $15 (discounted to $12 by our motel) it's very inexpensive. The flowers were beautiful as was...More
It terms of size, this garden is not a extensive as Butchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada or the Bronx Gardens in NYC. That said, it is was a most pleasant and surprising find on the CA Coast. The day we visited, the weather was glorious:...More
We loved this place, didn’t have enough time the first time and came back.
Beautiful gardens with a walk to the sea. Many benches to sit on along the route.
There is an outdoor cafe also with a decent variety - I had a hummus...More
We took the grandkids to the gardens over the holidays and they were decorated from dirt to sky. What a fun and spectacular visit for the whole family. They also had fresh made food and drinks available. The plants were also beautiful and would be...More
Stopped by here on a sunny day. Admission fees reasonable. Lovely walks through well cultivated gardens. Plants well labelled. Walk to the coastal path well signed. Spent over two hours without noticing the time. Good gift shop.
We often visit gardens and when we saw the Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden we had to stop. It was a very wet and rainy day but that didn’t matter. We ate at the little cafe on site - very tasty! And with our raincoats and...More
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We have rhododendrons blooming as early as December but peak bloom is normally between April and mid-May. We are hosting the annual Rhododendron Show on May 5 and 6 this year. The event regularly includes around 800... More
We have rhododendrons blooming as early as December but peak bloom is normally between April and mid-May. We are hosting the annual Rhododendron Show on May 5 and 6 this year. The event regularly includes around 800 trusses and is often a good time to catch our rhododendrons blooming amidst the Gardens. More details available on our website and Facebook page (see our TripAdvisor profile for links).