These gardens were established in 1904 by Sir Percy Radcliff who named them after his wife Rahmeh. Today it is owned by the National Museum of Natural History. Spread over 1.5 hectares, these gardens house exotic and rare tropical and sub-tropical plants from countries like India, China, Greece, Africa, Australia, New Zealand etc.
Sandwiched between mountains on one side and sea on the other, these gardens welcome you with desert plants like Agave and wet climate shoots of bamboo. Other highlights of this garden are as follows:
- There is big pond which is home to water lilies with their giant leaves.
- Apart from ornamental and flowering plants, you can find a full-fledged vegetable garden as well.
- Rare Sophora Toromiro – Species of plant that has gone extinct from its native Easter Island.
- Exotic plants like Palm trees, Chorisia, Datura and Lotus.
- Rare species of Aloe Marlothii, Moreton Bay chestnut and Araucaria Columnaris.
They also organize conferences, exhibitions that are notified on diary of event on their website.
- They accept Cash, cheque and credit cards.
- Children overseven years and students: 4 Euros
- Entry is free for children below seven years.
- Line No. 1, Bus Stop: Jardin Botanique
- La Dolce Vita
- Port Garavan
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