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Anyone interested in plants will enjoy this site commemorating the work of famed horticulturist Luther Burbank, who introduced over 800 new plant varieties, including the Idaho Potato. The site includes an acre of gardens with many of the...more
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Luther Burbank may have been the nation's greatest horticulturist. He created more than 800 varieties of fruits, vegetables and flowers. Ponder that for a moment. He was also responsible for developing the Russett Burbank, the state potato of Idaho served up as bakers and as...More
Sadly the garden and home and gift shop close on November 1 for the season. I hate that because I looked forward to seeing it all. I was just a few days late. Anyway I was able to walk around and look at the different...More
The Luther Burbank site is a local gem in Santa Rosa. The gardens are beautiful and laid out for a quiet stroll. The special events are well thought out and manage to handle a lot of people and still preserve an old-time, country feeling. Plus,...More
We had spent the morning in Sausalito after driving thru San Francisco and wanted something to do and saw this in trip advisor. Was really enjoyable and we spent almost two hours with our guide. We love flowers and plants and our guide was like...More
During a tour to explore the vineyards we found the Luther Burbank Gardens. Very nice layout and reasonable well maintained. Flowers for almost all seasons and August was nice indeed.
The shop is by far to price otherwise we will purchase a lovely T-shirt.
Our docent did an excellent job giving a short biography of a Luther Burbank and how he arrived, lived and worked in Santa Rosa. He also showed us around the grounds and gave us a tour of the home which contains many artifacts from his...More
Very nice free attraction with cell phone audio tours. Close to public transit, Greenway walking and bike trail along the creek through town. Also walking distance to nice shops and restaurants in Railroad Square and Courthouse area
Walking around the grounds after a great brunch close by is a wonderful way to enjoy a Sunday. Taking in all of the history. Their Christmas event is wonderful time to take out of town guests to get into the holiday spirit with the open...More