A visit to the Botanical Gardens (Botanischer Garten) is like taking a fascinating journey through different areas of ... More
A visit to the Botanical Gardens (Botanischer Garten) is like taking a fascinating journey through different areas of botanical beauty: from the hardwood forests of North America to the barren Savannah of Africa. Approximately eight hectares (20 acres) of open land and numerous greenhouses and plantation areas contain over 6000 different plant species. The spectrum includes everything from exotic rain-forest flowers to Central European wild flowers. A series of informative signs explains all about the different species and their natural habitats. The Botanical Gardens are run by the University of Frankfurt.
The experience was a wonderful thing. The variety in the different gardens was worth it. I really loved the wild flowers and the rose gardens. It had something for every body. I would recommend this to any one. It is very inexpensive.
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