Take in the Natural Beauty at the United States Botanic Garden Bartholdi Park
February 14th, 2017
The United States Botanic Garden Bartholdi Park is a living plant museum offering visitors an inside look at the importance of plants—both common and rare—in our ecosystems. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate this spectacular garden featuring American native plants, patio gardens, rain gardens, an edible garden, and accessible gardening areas. Admission is free, and the garden is conveniently located right next to Capitol Hill.
This lush area offers a secluded space for visitors to take pause inside the bustling city of Washington, D.C. In every season, visitors will be blown away by the variety of plants, vines, annuals and more, all within Bartholdi Park. If you believe in the healing power of plants. the medicinal plants garden is another area worth exploring.
United States Botanic Garden Bartholdi Park
245 1st Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
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