San Antonio Botanical Gardens
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San Antonio Botanical Gardens information
This expertly tended, 33-acre garden complex showcases native Texas flora. There are also a fragrance garden and a wonderful conservatory, with a bit of everything from equatorial rainforest to alpine flowers to a tropical lagoon. Call or go online for a calendar of special events – from concerts under the stars and bonsai workshops to summer classes for children.
The strolling garden was designed and created by a 26th-generation gardener and one of Japan's living national treasures from the island of Kyūshū, specifically the city of Kumamoto, which is also home to one of Japan's most revered traditional gardens, Suizenji Park. A few of that famous garden's elements appear here.