Twilight Tuesdays: Bromeliad Walk

Tour/Open House | July 10 | 5-7:30 p.m. |  UC Botanical Garden

 Botanical Garden

Twilight Tuesday is your opportunity to explore the Garden during its most magical time of day. Enjoy a picnic dinner with family, take a stroll at sunset with friends or bring a date!

The Queen of the Andes flowers are opening! This stunning, enormous and rare South American plant is in bloom next to the Garden of Old Roses.

Queen of the Andes is the largest bromeliad species in the world. The stalk can be up to 10 m. tall (30 ft) and have thousands of flowers and set 8 – 12 million seeds.

Members, join us for a special one hour walking tour through our collection exploring the various types of bromeliads, from small epiphytic to large terrestrial, with Garden docents. This tour will be followed by pineapple (also in the plant family Bromeliaceae!) cocktails in the Tropical House. - SOLD OUT

Please note that this tour will follow a path that will include a slight incline and/or stairs.

Registration for the tour is required and is exclusively available for current Garden members. - SOLD OUT
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Twilight Tuesdays will be open to the public during this walk. Admission into the Garden is free to members and UCBG staff, faculty and students. Admission is half off ticket pricing for the public.

 Link is for tour reservation only. No reservation required for Garden entry. Make reservations online