San Diego Botanical Gardens
The San Diego Botanical Gardens is one of the most unique wedding venues in San Diego, especially if you love lush, exotic plants and environments. It’s also where I got married, so I may be a little biased 🙂 From a giant bamboo forrest, to succulent and agave gardens ringed by aged adobe walls and huge banyan trees, there’s a spot everyone will love. We always love filming a wedding video here.
From Wikipedia: “Located 30 minutes north of San Diego in Encinitas, California, San Diego Botanic Garden features numerous exhibits, including rare bamboo groves, desert gardens, a tropical rainforest, California native plants, Mediterranean climate landscapes, succulent gardens, an herb garden, firesafe landscaping, a subtropical fruit garden, and native coastal sage natural areas. The Hamilton Children’s Garden was opened in June 2011, the largest interactive children’s garden on the West Coast.
Until 1957 the gardens were the private estate of Ruth Baird Larabee, at which time she donated her house and grounds to the County of San Diego. The Quail Botanical Gardens Foundation was established in 1961.”
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