Canopy Trees for Palo Alto 3921 E Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Canopy Trees for Palo Alto is a non-profit landscaping company that services residents of Palo Alto and the surrounding…More areas. It specializes in planting trees in schools, neighborhoods and other areas in the community that are in need of landscaping services. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
This gorgeous, massive garden is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and one needs look no further than the…More numerous fruit trees lining the 60,000 sq. ft. plot for evidence of what three decades can accomplish. The real magic, however, awaits therein.
The wonderous varieties of plants and animals in the garden, from rasberries and string beans to song birds and bumble bees, continue to attract hundreds of gardeners and many more visitors who wish to explore the link between humans, plants, animals and earth.
Spring and fall are wonderful times of year to visit, but there are always plants growing and animals who call the bushes and trees their home.
The Sheraton Palo Alto 625 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94301 The center of the lobby of this spacious hotel features a tree planted by the owner's father when the hotel opened…More fifteen years ago. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable, and the bar and restaurant offer a variety of flavors for the palate. Outside the building, there is a fountain and stream with benches lining the water. Amenities include a large swimming pool and a workout room.
Summerwinds Nursery 725 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The amazing smells and colors will grab you as you enter and walk through the aisles of Summerwinds Nursery,…More a complete gardening and landscaping one-stop-shop. Summerwinds has a great variety of flowers, trees, plants and decorative pots, as well as all the accesories a gardener could need - or want. The center offers classes and has plenty of staff to answer all of your questions.
The Stanford Golf Course opened its 18-hole grounds on January 1, 1930. That same year it was ranked among the top…More fifteen courses in the country, and in 1993 it was ranked in the top 100 by Golf Magazine. Featuring two large trees planted directly in the middle of the fairway, the course's 12th tee is considered one of the trickiest in Northern California.
Golfers tend to take their time teeing up at the course's final and most scenic hole with its clear view of San Francisco and the Bay Area.