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Come and visit one of the oldest Botanical Gardens in the world (founded in 1803). The Botanical Gardens were designed under the supervision of world-famous botanists, Prof Ledebour and Prof Bunge.The Botanical Gardens currently belong to the...more
We read that this is a small botanic garden, but We spent here almost an hour. It was satisfied for me and my daughter even I am the landscape architect. The edge of the flower bed from peat is interesting idea even for acidlovers.
The botanical garden is relatively small but provides a large diversity of plants. Roses and peonies were in full bloom in June.
the park is free, one can pay to visit the conservatories, but there was much for us to see on the park grounds...More
These sweet small gardens with exotic greenhouse are a delight.
Particularly for someone not familiar with northern hemisphere plants. One could easily walk them in 30 minutes but for me they offer 1.5 hours of charm and interest.
When in town during the season I always try to go for a walk there. There's a small playground where children can play while you take your turns up and around. I try to go there when peonies are in full bloom, the scent is...More
The Botanical Garden in Tartu is one of the loveliest I've ever visited - and I've visited many. Nature is awesome and for some reason botanical gardens have always held my interest in a way not all museums can.
The garden is on the small...More