Allen Garden is an outdoor classroom and botanical garden, named after famous professors Oscar Allen and Ethel Allen of the University of Wisconsin School of Agriculture. Outdoor classrooms and botanical gardens named after famous professors Oscar Allen and Ethel Allen of the University of Wisconsin School of Agriculture. Therefore, it is called Allen Centennial Garden.
The garden is located on the grounds of a Victorian Gothic mansion which was once the residence of the rector of the Higher Institute of Agriculture. The house is now the architectural center of the garden. The garden has winding paths in formal gardens such as the French garden, the rose garden, the iris garden, and the Czech garden. There are rose gardens, irises, Czech shofars, etc. There are various gardening activities in each season.
Allen Centennial Garden continues to grow. This 90,000 square foot site offers a variety of topography and exposure, with a variety of plants and landscapes. The garden is dominated by perennial herbaceous ornamental plants, but there are many other plants in the garden, including annuals and woody plants.