Check out this spectacular map with hundreds of pollinator garden sites throughout San Francisco!
Click on the different colored pins on the map for more info or go to the main map to learn more.
The following example gardens include plants that create pollinator habitat.
California Native Plant Garden (in the SF Botanical Garden)
The California Native Plant Garden is one of many gardens within the SF Botanical Garden.
Open daily, starting at 7:30am. Last entry changes seasonally (between 4pm-6pm).
Free to San Francisco residents and school groups.
Land's End Trail (in Golden Gate National Park)
Got sandy soil? Find out the native plants that grow well in San Francisco's sandy dunes. Walk the Land's End trail above the Cliff House to experience native habitat that has been carefully restored by volutneers.
Public transportation: Take the 38 Geary bus West to the end of the line.
Dolores Pollinator Boulevard (on Dolores & Market Street)
The Dolores Pollinator Boulevard is a streetside demonstration garden in the street median of Dolores Street and Market (south-west side of the street).
Habitat Gardens (at San Francisco State University)
The San Francisco State University sustainability project has a habitat garden on campus.
Green Hairstreak Corridor (Nature in the City)
In San Francisco, the Green Hairstreak butterfly only flies in the Presidio and in Golden Gate Heights, above the Sunset District. Nature in the City, in collaboration with local neighbors, has knit together a remarkable habitat corridor.
Learn more about native plants, including what grows in different microclimates in San Francisco.
San Francisco is located in a global biodiversity hotspot.
Find the Wild - natural areas where you can discover birds, butterflies, and wildflowers. Some of these nature spots have native landscaping.
Grow the Wild - learn how you can build pollinator habitat where you live.
Native Plant Gardens - map and photographs of native plant gardens in San Francisco
California Native Plant Garden at Berkeley - Botanical Garden at University of California Berkeley