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AsianGardenIcon.pngTableSpacer10px.pngTropical and Subtropical Asia are the source of many of the world's most important plants.

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FloridaGardenIcon.pngThe essence of the Florida landscape, encouraging us to renew our connection.

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BrazilianGardenIcon.pngTableSpacer10px.pngThe seven terrestrial ecosystems found in Brazil each have their place in the garden.

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PreserveGardenIcon.pngA unique 90-acre nature sanctuary with seven different ecosystems.

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CaribbeanGardenIcon.pngTableSpacer10px.pngTo give the visitor a prism of landscapes to view the natural & cultural history.

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WaterGardenIcon.pngFilled with beautiful water lilies, lotuses and papyrus with a small island.

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ChildrensGardenIcon.pngTableSpacer10px.pngA carefree world full of flowers, vegetables, butterflies, tree houses and babbling streams.

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FutureIcon.png The Garden adopts best practices in sustainable design and development.

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new garden design

In addition to creating exciting new gardens and expanded natural areas, we have incorporated high performance and sustainable green building practices into the design of our landscape and facilities.

This process started when the Board recognized the importance of the Garden becoming the model of environmentally responsible building practices in the region.


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