Photo: Christine Walker
(Photo: San Francisco Chronicle)
Some years ago one of my San Francisco Chronicle 'Garden Walks' columns
highlighted Quarryhill Botanical Garden
The site is a horticultural paradise that is surprising to discover when touring Sonoma's Valley of the Moon in wine country. What sets Quarryhill apart is the fact that most all the plants - trees, shrubs, bulbs, roses - have been grown from wild collected seed gathered during plant expeditions undertaken by the garden's director, Bill McNamara, who travels extensively to China, Japan and the Himalayas. You can click below to read...
Writing about garden travel is especially gratifying when sharing information about a place like Quarryhill.