December 8, 2019
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
For a deciduous tree, it’s the fall foliage that gets all the attention and inspires us to identify and plant such beautiful species. But what happens to our interest when those leaves fall off in the winter? Back by popular demand, this tour will look at alternative ways to identify some commonly-planted deciduous tree species while we try to catch the tail end of our city’s extended fall foliage season. If you’re particularly fond of twigs, buds, and bark characteristics or just love the golden hue that ginkgo trees take on as they prepare for their winter dormancy, this is the tour for you!
We will be meeting at 735 Dolores Street, near the southeast corner of the intersection of Dolores Street and 20th Street, opposite of Dolores Park. Please RSVP below to sign up for this tour and receive updates once a route has been selected. This tour is limited to 30 participants.
735 Dolores Street
San Francisco CA 94110