Meet Amor, our new Corpse Flower expected to bloom in the coming days at the Conservatory. A sibling to Suma that bloomed in July, the Conservatory staff is watching Amor closely for signs of its imminent bloom, which typically lasts 2-3 days.
To accommodate for this rare and special spectacle, the Conservatory will extend its hours.Plan Your Visit
Dracula Ball – Gala Under Glass
An elegant, intimate experience at the Conservatory of Flowers, featuring Guest of Honor, Ron Gagliardo, Senior Manager of Horticultural Services at Amazon and Manager of Amazon’s spectacular new conservatory (and more!), The Spheres. Ron will share the amazing tale of how the Spheres were built and how the collection has been curated.
Dracula Ball will also feature a welcoming reception and much more!
Tickets are $250. Capacity is extremely limited.Join Us
Free First Tuesday
Sponsored by The Apothecarium
Did you miss the rare and ephemeral Corpse Flower bloom in July? Or do you want to relive the special moment?
Free First Tuesday, sponsored by The Apothecarium, continues on September 4 with extended hours. Join us. The Conservatory will be open until 8p.m.
Thank you to The Apothecarium. This invaluable support from a local business is amazing and helps keep the Conservatory open at no cost to guests on the first Tuesday of each month.
Botanicals and Brews: Barebottle, Cooperage, & Humboldt Cider
Oktoberfest Beer Garden
Friday, September 21 | 6:30pm–11:30pm
September’s Botanicals and Brews comes the day before Oktoberfest kicks off. You know what that means? Cider, pretzels, brats, and polka come to the Conservatory beer garden.
Photosynthesis: Summer of Love
Nightly | Sundown–11:45 pm
Enjoy nightly illumination as flowers and the Summer of Love as the Conservatory becomes a canvas for a spectacular light art installation. A series of exquisitely illuminated scenes inspired by the rare tropical flowers within and the legacy of San Francisco’s flower children transforms the all-white landmark.Join Us