The New Brunswick Botanical Gardens are located near Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada. They cover over 17 acres, and have more than 80.000 plants. The gardens opened in June of 1993. Visitors can see a rose garden, shade garden, vegetable garden, rhododendron garden, and the "Flowery Brook" pictured at the left.
The gardens also have a permanent Butterflies of the World display which is enchanting.
The spring is an especially beautiful time to visit, when the 10,000 tulip bulbs and crocus are in bloom. This occurs in mid May to mid June.
The gardens are open from May to September daily, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Admission is $14.00 for adults, and $7.00 for children.
I read Edmonton at first and thought whoa! Although I'm sure they have gardens that far north as well.
I haven't visited any gardens in Edmonton. I'll have to do some research, and if there are any, I'll plan a trip to visit them.Delete
sounds like spring is the time to go - I love zillions of tulipsReplyDelete
Spring is definitely the time to go!Delete
I could almost hear the water as it runs down the brook. Beautiful place!ReplyDelete
Yes, and I know how much you love water! (Good to see you here again!)Delete