The Water Conservation Garden is a unique six-acre demonstration garden located in San Diego County. Founded on the premise of reducing water in our landscape and providing ways for the home owner to have more beauty with less water, The Garden is quickly becoming a garden of environmental discovery. Visitors can explore the lush grounds while learning about sustainable practices in a fun and creative way. Our unique collection of drought-tolerant plants that go beyond succulents is a one of a kind experience. The Garden is free to the public, seven days a week.
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Bridge Gardens is a 5-acre public garden owned and operated by the Peconic Land Trust. It features an expansive vegetable bed along with herb, rose, and perennial beds, native and exotic grasses, trees and shrubs. A recent addition is a 20-plot Community Garden area where members grow their own food. With an emphasis on low-impact, sustainable landscape practices, the gardens host a wide variety of educational workshops, lectures, and demonstrations designed for every gardener. Members also enjoy music nights, Garden to Table presentations, and more.
Naples Botanical Garden is a 170-acre world-class garden paradise that features the plants and cultures of the tropics and subtropics between the latitudes of 26 degrees North and 26 degrees South including Brazil, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Florida. A hands-on interactive Children's Garden along with 90 acres of beautifully restored natural habitats, walking trails and a Butterfly Garden offer educational entertainment and enjoyment for people of all ages.
NOVA Parks-Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
Green Bay Botanical Garden opened in 1996 and sits on 47 lush acres. The organization enriches the region by providing educational and recreational opportunities that focus on the beauty and unity of plants within an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.
The Eden Project, an educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future.
Block Botanical Gardens (Miami, Florida) showcases subtropical gardens with extraordinarily abundant subtropical plant life derived from six continents, all thriving in a naturally rich century old residential fruit grove. Developed over the past 25 years by award-winning horticulturist and landscape engineer/designer Dr. Jeff Block, the gardens feature brick pathways accessing dramatic plant groupings grown to their greatest natural potential.