Tibilisi Botanical Garden is located in Tibilisi, Georgia. (That's Georgia near Russia - not the United States.) It covers over 325 acres and contains roughly 3500 different types of plants.
The garden was founded in 1625, and was first known as the "royal gardens." Today visitors can see flora and fauna from all over the world -China, Japan, Turkey, and North America. The river Tsaukisistskali runs through the area. Three large bridges cross over it, and under one is a beautiful waterfall, which is probably the main attraction of the garden. The garden is also noted for its lovely peonies and iris.
The garden is open daily from dawn to dusk.