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Huntsville Botanical Gardens

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Huntsville Botanical Gardens


The 112-acre garden is open year-round and contains a diverse ecosystem of meadows, upland and bottomland forest, and wetlands, as well as a variety of specialty gardens and native plant collections. The Mathews Nature Trail contains the largest accredited Trillium collection in the U.S., and the Anderson Education Center is home to the nation’s largest open-air butterfly house. The Native Plants Teaching Garden is a public space that highlights how Alabama plants, soil, pollinators, and birds create distinct communities, together forming a diverse, sustainable, and attractive landscape. The Children’s Garden consists of eight themed areas and is a popular destination for play, pretend, and hands-on learning.

They are committed to elevating the community by maintaining living plant collections, offering strong educational programs, and participating in specialized research. They inspire citizens to explore their connections to the natural world and encourage them to join us in creating a community-wide garden that celebrates the unique biodiversity of the region.



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4747 Bob Wallace Avenue SW, Huntsville, Alabama 35805-3390, United States,
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