The Naples Botanical Garden was founded in 1993 by a group of locals whose objective was to preserve Florida native plant species. Today, this vast and dynamic park covers nearly 170 acres and boasts nearly 2.5 miles of hiking trails.
The Naples Botanical Gardens consists of seven distinct sections, each with its own charm. It’s perfect for walking, picnics and observing rare plant species. Enjoy the Florida Garden, home to herbs, flowers and unusual trees in the region. Contemplate exotic species as well as tobacco and cocoa plants in the Caribbean Garden. Continue on to the Asian Garden, where you will see bamboo forests and water terraces.
The Brazilian Garden will provide an overview of South America flora. Continue on the footpath and enjoy one of the frequent performances that are given on the stage of the water garden. You can then visit the Butterfly Garden at the Garden and Grass, where you will learn the benefits of these amazing plants. Your eyes will be dazzled with beauty!