A visionary project and botanical science showcase built for the Millennium and beyond. Science programme includes systematics, biodiversity and conservation, sustainability and economic botany. Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK.
Award-winning Sun Garden blooms with exotic tropical flowers, 14-foot waterfall and reflecting pools. Outdoor gardens feature magnificent conifer collection, thousands of spring bulbs, colorful, rare perennials and annuals, children's interactive features. Garden festivals, gift shop, art shows, guided group tours with reservations, banquet rooms, and ample parking.
A 16-acre public garden above Okanagan Lake with irrigated and xeriscaped areas, collections of penstemons, irises, roses, and a museum of antique scientific equipment. Summerland, British Columbia, Canada.
The Garden features spectacular coastline, waterfalls in a deep palm jungle, sunny areas filled with tropical flowers. It presents a very wide variety of tropical rainforest habitats within a relatively small area that is easily accessible by gravel paths.
Horticultural and ecological education. The garden encourages responsible environmental stewardship, and provides a setting for enjoyment, relaxation and renewal for residents and visitors. Tucson, Arizona.
Established in 1971 as a teaching garden for the University of Papua New Guinea Biology Department. Contains a large area of rainforest, an unusual sight for normally dry and dusty Port Moresby. Collections include many palm species, bamboos, heliconias, cordyline, pandanus, native trees and shrubs. Well known for its extensive collection of Papua New Guinea orchid species. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.