The UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens is a botanical garden located inside the campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. It is also known simply as the Charlotte Botanical Gardens.
The UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens is composed of three main areas:
1. The McMillan Greenhouse complex which is composed of five environments that are perfect for plants suited for warmer climates like Venus flytraps, pitcher plants, sundews, orchids, and other tropical plants.
2. The 7-acre Ralph Van Landingham Glen which is composed of 3500 plants.
3. The 3-acre Susie Harwood Garden which features collections of Japanese maples, succulents, bulbs, perennials, azaleas, vines, and other trees. It is also accented by an Asian style gazebo, arched bridges, and a pretty moon gate.
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