There are no shortages of gardens and botanical displays in the Sunshine State. But if you want to see the world's bouquet without ever having to leave Coral Gables, you'll need to visit Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden at least once.
Established in 1936 and named after a great plant explorer of the time, the 83-acre botanical garden originally showcased many of the 20,000 plants that David Fairchild brought back to the states from his travels. Today, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is far more than just a home to trees and tropical flora such as flowering cherries, mangoes, alfalfa, and bamboo. It also provides a relaxing atmosphere for sightseeing and family fun.
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