The smallest and yet the oldest botanical garden in Poland, the first botanical garden in Warsaw.
Located adjacent to the Royal Lazienki Park and the Ujazdów.
An extensive collection of the garden includes about 5000 species and varieties of trees, shrubs and green plants. Among the specimens you can see: the European beech, ginkgo biloba, originating from China with interesting fan-shaped leaves, ash, hornbeam, bitter hickory, Gagea lutea, hepatica, London plane, Chinese metasequoia, Pfitzer juniper, black walnut, many climbers among them : Actinidia, trumpet flower, Celastrus, Dutchman's Pipe, honeysuckle, clematis, ivy and bitterling, crop and medicinal plants; a rose garden, hosting a collection of many types of garden roses, Polish lowland flora department, department of ornamental plants, rock garden, greenhouse.
Noteworthy is also an interesting trail leading through the most interesting places in the garden with numerous information boards describing the most interesting plants found in the garden.
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Aleje Ujazdowskie 4, 00-001 WarszawaGallery:
Open from May 16 to September 19 on weekdays from 9:00 to 20:00 and on weekends from 10:00 to 20:00Tickets adults:
Annual pass with unlimited entries: discounted 30 PLN, normal 75 PLN
- Children up to 6 years free admission