Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova
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13. Ginkgo Biloba – also called a Maidenhair tree
14. Irish Yews – dark green, have been wired into formal pillars
15. Cactus Garden – represents the California desert, planted in 1914
Pick up the Historic State Capitol Park brochure to read more about the trees, floral gardens, statuary, and memorials while you stroll these beautiful grounds. And invite your Parisian friends to come along ...