North Carolina Botanical Garden
Chapel Hill, North Carolina


This 700 acre garden opened in 1951, although a part of it, the Coker Arboretum, dates to 1903. The garden holds more than 2,000 species. Collection highlights include carnivorous plants, an herb garden and a horticultural therapy garden. It was one of the founding institutions in the Center for Plant Conservation.

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