In the heart of San Francisco is an urban wilderness called Mount Sutro Forest. Situated in the city’s fog belt, it was mostly planted in non-native Asian eucalyptus 100 years ago; at the top of the 900-foot hill, Rotary Meadow provides a garden of native California plants. (Sarah Gustafson in The New York Times)

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