GA RD EN P ATHES
CIRCULATION If a visitor just hop off from the Cable Car at Hyde Street, he or she will draw attention to an existing steel structure as a pergola, which is twined by the star jasmine. Through this beautiful reused structure, you are walking on the gravel path between the combination of Myrsine Africana, Santolina, and Echinacea. The Coneflower (Echinacea) is an insect-loving plant. It will attract butterflies and bees, which animate this area on a deep level. At the end of the gravel path, it is the Lavanda area with benches, the charming purple plant as an introduction to the second parcel, the Lavanda garden. At the second part, the main colors are purple from Lavanda and yellow from Fremontodendron. This color comparison brings dramatic effect. Also, step stones create a unique experience for children who stay on them to close the garden.
SEASON DIAGRAM Malus 'Profusion' Arbutus marina Fremontodendron Californicum Santolina . Lupinus arboreus Trachelospermum jasminoides Salvia leucantha Lavandula stoechas Myrsine africana Dietes grandiflora Cistus x cyprus Echinacea Kniphofia . Pennisetum setaceum â€˜rubrumâ€™ Coreopsis hybrids