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This is a small garden just off the beaten path, and well-worth your time to stop. Incredible plants to see here, and the flowering trees and plants create smells that will blow your mind in a good way!
There is no charge to visit these gardens, but they are grateful for any donations. There are not a tremendous number of exhibits, but the ones they do have are pleasant to see, and the surroundings are peaceful. Don't expect to learn a great deal...More
I feel as though once upon a time this garden was thriving and whomever took care of it loved it very much however the grounds just arent attended to any longer as they once were. When I parked i was
the only vehicle and ventured...More
Plants and trees are divided into where in the world they're from. Unfortunately the signage is out of date making it hard to distinguish what is what. Many appear to be missing. Plants there are maintained. Great organized thrift shop on lower level of building...More
the garden here is small and beautiful ...the markings are not the best but lots of plants and diversity...some overgrowth in some areas where the focus or marked plants seem to have been overwhelmed........bug spray would be good to have here....very easy and accessible in...More
Wanted to go to a botanical garden and this was as close as they get. Easy to get to in the city and laid out very nice. Learned a lot about trees and plants and just a nice place to walk around. Not overly big.
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the plants here, and how much I learned (plant names and origins). For a plant geek or nature photographer like me, plan 45 minutes. Else 10. Nobody was there when we arrived at 2pm on a weekday....More
First, even though it says that there are office hours, nobody was there when we stopped by (late morning on a Friday). We walked around the tiered grounds, separate sections based on origin of plants and trees. It was interesting to see differences in plants...More
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It is all outside and there are no gates or prohibiting fences. Just a quiet refuge in the city, so I would say any daylight hours. It was all free with a donation box. We met no other people at all while we were there... More
It is all outside and there are no gates or prohibiting fences. Just a quiet refuge in the city, so I would say any daylight hours. It was all free with a donation box. We met no other people at all while we were there. Maybe two hours or less, Just park in the paved parking area and walk down to your right.