Public gardens in Florida
Meandering garden in Lake Wales designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. Information about the garden's history, educational events, conservation, and membership.
Botanical gardens in Port Orange, Volusia County. Features old trees, exotic plants, sculptures, and ruins. Virtual tour, information about visiting and events.
Botanic garden and resource center in Coral Gables features collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees and vines. Information about visiting, research, educational activities, and conservation.
Nonprofit botanical gardens showcasing rare, exotic, and native plants, and wildlife sanctuary in the Everglades. Includes a free-flight aviary, wildlife encounter and narrated tram tours. Rates, directions and photos.
These show gardens in Orlando include large camellia and rose collections, palms and bamboos, and a tropical stream garden. Site offers information on visiting, history, education, and events.
Former nursery in Fort Pierce converted into a botanical garden collecting plants of the warm-temperate, subtropic and tropic regions, including palms, cycads, bromeliads, bonsai, flowering trees, shrubs and vines.
Facility in Gainesville developed by the North Florida Botanical Society, with a large display of bamboos and herb garden. Description with photos, calendar of events, and visitor information.
Horticultural learning center in Tavares presents a virtual tour with photo galleries and plant listings, and an overview of programs and events.
Estate garden in Sarasota aims to understand and conserve tropical plants. Site offers details on plants, exhibits, membership and special events.
Historic garden in the subtropical setting of Vero Beach, maintained by a private non-profit organization for education and enjoyment. Garden history and news, and information about visiting, volunteering, and events.
Facility in West Palm Beach offers gardens and programs with horticultural and botanical information about South Florida's unique plants and environment.
Living museum home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region. Description and photos, visitor information, events, programs, and workshops.
This garden, when completed, will feature an assembly of natural and formal gardens blending Florida native plants and exotic tropicals. Site offers maps, descriptions of the various garden areas, and timeline.
Plant displays, research, and education, representing and interpreting the diversity of the Earth's plant life for the academic community and the general public. Horticultural workshops and special plant sale events. Displays on palms, bromeliads, herbs, native, carnivorous plants, and riparian (wetland) forest.
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