Outside Lands Podcast Episode 221: Japanese Tea Garden

Gardener and historian Steven Pitsenbarger gives the story of Golden Gate Park's crown jewel.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Apr 22, 2017

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 221: Japanese Tea Garden Outside Lands Podcast Episode 221: Japanese Tea Garden

pictured:Japanese Tea Garden, circa 1910

Golden Gate Park, View from inside Japanese Tea Garden with lantern, tea house, and main entrance gate
(Courtesy of a Private Collector)

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