The cherry blossoms in Golden Gate Park’s Tea Garden don’t produce cherries but every March and April there is a pink and white detonation of blooms on its 5 manicured acres. When was the last time you visited this horticultural treasure with its azaleas, sakura trees, drum bridge, koi ponds and pagoda? Created for an International Exhibition in 1894, it is immaculately maintained. In the teahouse half a dozen teas are served along with light snacks like green tea cheesecake. Admission for resident seniors is $3.