A prized local retreat for indigenous flora, the Alaska Botanical Garden is a public garden dedicated to the North’s native plants and the art of horticulture. Spread throughout a majestic 110-acre (45 hectare) spruce and birch woodland, the Alaska Botanical Garden is aims to promote the natural beauty of sub-arctic climates. With over 1,100 species of perennials and over 150 species of native flora, the Alaska Botanical Gardens is an abundance of beauty, particularly in the summertime.
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Open year-round throughout daylight hours, the Alaska Botanical Garden can be located in Anchorage, just South of Tudor Road at 4601 Campbell Airstrip Road, adjacent to Far North Bicentennial Park.