Photos by Cheryl Landes
The San Diego Botanic Garden is one of my accidental discoveries during a business trip to San Diego. While driving I-5 South, I saw an exit sign for the garden and stopped to explore for a few hours.
The San Diego Botanic Garden opened in 1970 in Encinitas, California, a half-hour drive north of San Diego. Four miles of trails wander through 37 acres of 30 themed gardens, from native plants to subtropical fruits. The American Public Gardens Association designated the garden as one of the Top 10 North American Gardens Worth Traveling For.
Here are some pictures from my stroll in the themed gardens. Enjoy!