Even though is it a small area, it shows the Oaxaca plants with their medicinal and culinary uses to people of the area and their ancestors. The garden is located in some historic part of town and was designed and rescued by two native artists. I was advised afterwords, to go to the Centro Cultural de Santo Domingo and pay for the entrance ticket and that includes the garden. While the entrance to the garden is 50 pesos if the tour is in Spanish and 100 pesos, if in English or other languages. Be advise,one cannot observe the plants and walk around without a tour guide.
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