Originally posted on More 2 Explore:
Merian Park, Botanical Garden Brüglingen
If you have not yet been to Merian Park (sits behind Grün 80) please promise yourself that you will pay this remarkable garden a visit in the very near future. With a playground for the children (sandpit, running water, slide and climbing area), incredible Iris gardens in the spring, vegetable gardens, chickens, sheep and rabbits, the entire family can enjoy spending time in nature. And don’t forget to sip a coffee at the gorgeous café (located behind the beautiful white and gray estate) while your children run freely through the grass and count the fish in the koi pond.
Address: Vorder Brüglingen 5, 4052 Basel Right behind the St. Jakob Indoor…
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Originally posted on Au revoir Paris... G'day Australia:
It is free, open daily and in the city center! Guided walk tours are free and starts everyday (except major holidays).
Originally posted on Something there is...:
As is tradition, I try to find a botanic garden in every city I visit. Amsterdam was no exception. A very impressive collection. I’m not one for getting very nerdy about labelling each flower just yet…Plenty of time to develop such habits later in life. So, if you know any of them, put it in the comments.
Originally posted on University of Cambridge Museums:
A ‘Living’ Collection
Tim Upson, Curator and Deputy Director, Cambridge University Botanic Garden
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