Missouri Botanical Garden
The Missouri Botanical Garden is a magnificent place to visit, especially if you are interested in plants and flowers. The garden spans over 91 acres, making it the largest botanical garden in the United States. There are countless gardens, exhibits, and attractions to explore at the Missouri Botanical Garden, so be prepared to spend a few hours or even days here. This list is not comprehensive of everything Missouri Botanical Garden has to offer, but it will give you an idea of what visiting the garden is like so that you can plan accordingly.
One of the most popular attractions at the Missouri Botanical Garden is the Climatron, which houses a collection of plants from different climates around the world. If you are looking for a unique and interesting experience, be sure to check out the Climatron.
Another popular attraction at the Missouri Botanical Garden is the Japanese Garden. This garden is one of the largest and most authentic Japanese gardens in North America. It covers over 3 acres and contains more than 100 varieties of plants.
There are a variety of indoor and outdoor gardens to explore. Just a few examples include the garden that houses bonsai trees, peonies, chrysanthemums, and beach plants. The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, which is frequently referred to as 'the glasshouse,' actually contains four different gardens: the Cactus & Succulent Garden, the Palm House, the Show Dome, and Moore's Water Lily House.
You can also visit one of Missouri Botanical Garden's greenhouses to see some tropical plants that cannot survive year-round in their traditional environments.
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