Quarryhill Botanical Garden inhabits twenty-five acres of rolling hills above the pastoral vineyards of Sonoma Valley and features a large collection of endangered plants from Asia. Founded in 1987, Quarryhill is one of the pre-eminent Asian botanical gardens globally, featuring one of the largest collections of documented, wild-collected Asian plants in the world.
This botanical garden of mature, flowering plants features many different species. Magnolias, dogwoods, maples, birches, roses, lilies, rhododendrons, and many others grace the garden's paths with hidden places to sit and relax, while surrounded by ponds, waterfalls, and vistas of the Sonoma Valley. Bring a picnic and enjoy the views!