Work in progress: The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens..
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Today the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens are hardly world class, but tomorrow it could be. At 12 hectares, they are on the small side as botanical gardens go; Kew Gardens in London is 10 times bigger. Yet the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens are large enough to include a number of distinct collections of regional plants and also to provide enough space for roads, paths and pavilions, as well as for an indoor tropical conservatory and several simulated water features, including streams and lakes.
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