This is a pretty typical botanical garden. It is mostly about highlighting the types of plants, rather than scenic layout. We were there in mid-April, so only a few plants were blooming, but the blue carpets of siberian squill were lovely. The azalea house, which is included with admission, had a fabulous collection.
We also paid the extra fee (quite expensive by Riga standards) for the butterfly house. It was fine, but there were only about 4 different butterfly types out, which is very small compared to other butterfly houses we've visited.
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