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The New Brunswick Botanical Garden

Located in St. Jacques, with a tree-covered mountain as its backdrop, near the bank of a quiet river lies this garden spread out over an area of 7 hectares. The Botanical Gardens is made up of two arboreta and eight gardens of which the rose garden, rhododendrons, luxuriant annuals and beautiful perennials are pleasing to the senses. Visit their website for operation hours and admission charges and much more.

Fredericton Botanic Garden

The perennial beds surrounding the Fredericton Botanic Garden Resource Centre exhibit a riot of colour during spring, summer and fall. Bright-hued hardwoods grace the garden trails. The Centre, at the Cameron Court entrance, is used for educational programs and as a base for Garden staff in the summer. Visit their website for operation hours and admission charges and much more.

Kingsbrae Horticultural Garden, Saint Andrews

First opened ot the public in 1998, these gardens are the original gardens of several old estates and have been named one of Canadas top ten public gardens. The site covers twenty-seven acres, including formal gardens and a nature trail. The entire site is laid out as garden 'rooms' with several distinctive plant collections. Please see web site for opening times and admission charges.








Please also visit Old London Maps on the web as many of the maps
and views available there have plans and depictions of gardens from
the medieval period through to the late nineteenth century.

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