Bay seniors don’t have to wander o’er hill and dale to see the dazzling spring wildflowers of California. The San Francisco Botanical Garden has a four-acre display of over 500 native plants in their Arthur L. Menzies Garden. On Saturday April 12 from 1:30 to 3 the curator will lead a tour of these spectacular species including golden poppies, Douglas iris, blue wild lilacs, carpets of meadow foam and other local beauties. Non-members $15. And should you decide to head for the hills and check out wildflowers in their native habitat, remember that it is illegal to pick any flower on property that you don’t own. See the California Penal Code 384a.