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Wellington Botanic Garden

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Ranked #3 in Wellington Amazing Natural Scenery
Botanical Gardens
Open Open from 0:00am-11:59pm
Recommended sightseeing time:5-6 hours
Address:
101 Glenmore Street, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New ZealandMap

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Wellington Botanic Garden is the largest botanical garden in New Zealand. It has a very large area and planted many rare plants from all over the world. Although it is located in the cold zone, you can see many tropical plants in the greenhouse, and the spring and summer flowers here are very beautiful.

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The Wellington Botanic Garden covers an area of 25 hectares. There are not only exotic flowers and plants in the southern hemisphere, but also famous flowers and trees in the northern hemisphere! What roses in France, camellias in China, coral trees in Brazil, "Devil's Hand" in Argentina, phoenix trees in the Canary Islands, beech in Australia, fir trees in Norfolk, cedar in Africa, tulip tree in North America , Dutch tulips, Japanese cherry blossoms, everything, by no means a boring botanical garden. There are footpaths in the park, and it is a very pleasant thing for everyone to walk in this piece of red and green. But if you want to walk all the way, you need to spend a whole day! If you want to visit the essence, it is recommended to visit the Lady Norwood Rose Garden on the east side of the park. From November to May of the following year, more than 300 kinds of roses are in full bloom in the concentric-shaped courtyard, and the fragrance is overwhelming. If you have good eyes and ears, you will also encounter wonderful open-air concerts held on the stage in the courtyard from time to time.
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