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The grounds include a spectacular three-acre botanical garden where Asian, Australian, South African and Mediterranean plants are featured.
Preparation for the city’s moment in the spotlight began last year when the botanical garden completed an 8-acre expansion, the Witte Museum poured $100 million into renovations, and the city launched a new fleet of colorful electric river barges.
Outside, the 820-foot building (made of concrete, steel, and glass) sits in the middle of a lush botanical garden containing flora native to Mexico.
Or smoke some weed, go to the botanical garden, and contemplate your relationship with your dad.
Wildlife officials continue to hunt the wild cat that was first spotted Wednesday evening, said Brittany Myers, an assistant manager at the 80-acre botanical garden.
One of the poshest, Habitation Clément, has an expansive botanical garden filled with modern sculpture.
The club, established in 1974, now has more than 100 members and its monthly meetings alternate between speakers and field trips to tour nurseries, botanical gardens and private residential gardens.
In San Antonio, about 150,000 people visit the botanical garden each year.
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Definition of botanical garden for English Language Learners
: a large usually public garden where plants are grown in order to be studied
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