Plant Collections at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Located on 47 acres that lie between California's scenic Highway One and the Pacific Ocean, this magnificent site includes canyons, wetlands, coastal bluffs, and a closed-cone pine forest. Set among this striking background is a varied array of plant collections. Our moderate climate allows us to grow a wide range of tender species which cannot survive the more extreme heat or cold that occurs in other locations.
Click on the links under Additional Information to find out more about our different collections and to view images of the different plants.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to download a PDF document listing the plants recorded in the MCBG Plants database as of January 12, 2011.
- Perennial Garden
- Heritage Rose Garden
- Mae E. Lauer Display House (Begonias and Fuschias)
- Heath and Heather Garden
- Camellia Collection
- Rhododendron Collection
- Closed-Cone Pine Forest
- Coastal Bluff and Grasslands
- Conifer Collection
- Magnolia Collection
- Succulent Garden
- Fuchsia Collection
- Mediterranean Garden
- Dahlia Garden
- The Vegetable Garden and Orchard
- Tuberous Begonias
- "Plants" in our Marine Zone
Download Additional Information
This PDF document is a list of plants that are recorded in the MCBG Plants database as of January 12, 2011