At first we were not going to go here, but while we were visiting the Japanese tea garden, we stopped in. It has a fee to get in, but I think the price was fair.
Everything has a label and there are so many different plants to see...and to smell! They have about 10 different sections to the gardens. The sections I remember are the Asian, fragrance, ancient, and Australian. I spent about 30 minutes wandering in the Asian gardens. It was delightful and very relaxing!
This place is great to relax, have a picnic lunch, and see all different types of plants and trees. I wasn't expecting as much as they had; it is a huge area!
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