The Bromeliad Garden by the lakeside is always a popular spot. These amazing plants – with around 3,200 species – are mostly from the tropical Americas.
The centrepiece of … Read More
The Rose Garden
Thanks to volunteer Dawn Hooper, the Rose Garden is taking on a new look with the addition of the highly perfumed hybrid tea roses. The first thing … Read More
The Ken Baker Orchid House
Ken Baker was a visionary and a moving force behind the establishment of the Botanic Gardens Ken worked tirelessly in the 1980’s to convince the … Read More
What is a Japanese Garden ?
At its heart the Japanese garden remains an attempt by humans to encapsulate the spirit of Nature, recognising the cycle of seasonal changes and … Read More
What is a Rhododendron? As well as the popular garden shrubs displaying the dazzling colourful spring flowers we associate with the rhododendrons, this large and complex genus also includes various … Read More
The Rainforest Walk has now reopened for visitors The Volunteers at the gardens are constantly repairing and upgrading different sections of the gardens for your enjoyment and safety.
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White Flower Walk (previously Cherry Tree Walk)
Due to our difficult conditions and continual disease in the Cherry Trees these have been replaced over the last few years with Lagerstroemia … Read More
Walkways & Prominent Plantings
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The Gardens are open again!
June 3, 2022
GARDENS CLOSURES DURING SPECIAL EVENT
April 27, 2022
Botanic Gardens volunteers look smarterthrough a generous sponsor
February 17, 2022
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