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Bellingrath garden
Bellingrath garden
12401 Bellingrath Gardens Road, Theodore, Alabama, USA, AL 36582
Bellingrath Garden keeps the heritage of Walter and Bessie Bellingraf. It was firstly a fishing lodge for Mr. Bellingrath, and later in 1920s it was converted into the exciting Garden Manor. The Garden was first available to the visitors
Huntsville botanical garden
Huntsville botanical garden
4747 Bob Wallace Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35805
Open throughout the year, the Huntsville Botanical Garden provides a variety of ecosystems to study over 112 acres. Starting from grassy meadows to wooded pathways, from water life to amazing floral collections, Garden welcomes visitors
Mobile Botanical Garden
Mobile Botanical Garden
5151 Museum Dr, Mobile, AL 36608
In the Mobile Botanical Garden you will discover both the wild and the farmed areas. Milli McConnell Rhododendron Garden is home to more than 300 kinds of azaleas, which include Aboriginal and Satsuki hybrids. The Savada Winter Garden was
Jasmine Hill Gardens
Jasmine Hill Gardens
3001 Jasmine Hill Road Wetumpka, AL, 36093 32.495388, -86.186394
The open-air Jasmine Hill Gardens Museum covers twenty acres of well-kept gardens planted with Greek goddesses and gods, as well as other sculptures inspired by the classics. Rushing from one beautiful garden to another, you can forget
Dothan Botanical Gardens
Dothan Botanical Gardens
5130 Headland Ave, Dothan, AL 36303
While other places are closed closed during the coronavirus outbreak, the Dothana Botanical Garden remains open to the public. The 46 acres of gardens offer plenty of space for the people to visit while also practicing social distance
Charles W. Ireland Sculpture Garden
Charles W. Ireland Sculpture Garden
2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd Birmingham, AL 35203
Charles W. Ireland Sculpture Garden removes all misconceptions regarding the background knowledge in the sculpture garden. There is a spot for recreation and socializing with the surroundings and artworks, a welcoming spot for all visitors
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3TR t 0121 454 1860
The Birmingham Botanical and Horticultural Society, which operates the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, was established in 1829 with an original capital subscription of 2000 pounds sterling. The Gardens Project was created by Scottish J.S
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