Meet us on the beautiful, floral lawn outside the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park for a picnic and exotic-homebrewed-booze-tasting (w/ non-alcoholic options,) before heading inside to see the Chomp! exhibit of carnivorous, exotic plants. Bring a dish or drink to share, and help us extinguish this photosynthetic uprising, before we're all assimilated with cell walls and large, central vacuoles! (Car parking available in the DeYoung lot, or on Fulton around 6th. MUNI buses to the DeYoung are operating, and bikes are lockable nearby.) == From the SFCF website: This summer, the Conservatory becomes a Little Shop of Horticultural Horrors with a frightfully fun exhibition of carnivorous plants. "Chomp!" features dazzling displays of these natural born killers and lots of interactive investigation stations for the whole family. Visitors can see an eye-popping array of hundreds of carnivorous plants in our Big Bog, a swampy paradise for meat-eating plants like the statuesque white trumpets of the American Southeast, the sinister pitcher plants of Borneo and the glistening sundews of South Africa. With many rare and unusual species, even the most squeamish will be captivated by the extraordinary beauty and diversity of plants on display.