This young botanic gardens is well worth a visit. It's award winning sustainable building and the informative gardens gave us a lot more understanding of what is required for a sustainable future for house and garden. There is also a lot of information about plants and their tradition use. We would visit here again to see the gardens and perhaps the shingle back lizard that vacuumed under the outside tables before going back to a healthy diet of flowers
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