View of the desert garden, the area of the botanical garden dedicated to succulent plants
Ginkgo biloba is an ancient tree, the last living representative of a group that dates back over 290 million years; for this reason, it is considered a living fossil
Spring flowering of magnolias. In the background, the Plant Biology Building
A glimpse of the outdoor collection of tree ferns
The red-flowering gum, Corymbia ficifolia, native to southwestern Australia, blooms at the botanical garden in the second half of June
The monumental greenhouse houses the plants that cannot withstand excessively cold nights during winter
Among the collections of the botanical garden there are not only living plants but also a herbarium that contains approximately 175,000 specimens of dried plants