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Atlanta Botanical Gardens - Located on Piedmont Ave in Atlanta, GA, the Botanical Gardens grow and maintain a vast array of display gardens for educational purposes.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens - These Gardens, located on Lake Park Rd in Birmingham, sit on 67.5 acres and are the oldest living museum in Alabama.
Buffalo Botanical Gardens - Among the many unique exhibits at the Buffalo Botanical Gardens is a three domed conservatory that was built back around 1900.
Desert Botanical Gardens - Located in Phoenix, AZ, the Desert Botanical Gardens sits on 145 acres and is home to over 50,000 plants that are displayed in outdoor exhibits.
Florida Botanical Gardens - The Florida Botanical Gardens are located on Ulmerton Rd in Largo, FL, and are open every day of the year with free admission to all.
Hershey Gardens - Originally opened in 1937 as a 3.5 acre rose garden, the Hershey Gardens have expanded into a gorgeous 23 acres overlooking nearby Hersheypark.
New York Botanical Gardens - Situated on 250 acres in the Bronx, the New York Botanical Gardens contains well over 50 gardens and a historic conservatory.
Norfolk Botanical Gardens - What began as a WPA project has expanded over the years to a 155 acre site with over 40 themed gardens in Norfolk, VA.
San Antonio Botanical Gardens - Sprawling across 33 acres in northern San Antonio, these gardens come complete with a Garden Center and Conservatory.
South Texas Botanical Gardens - Located in Corpus Christi, Tx, these Botanical Gardens contain a 2600 square foot butterfly house and a new Bromeliad Conservatory.
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