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North Carolina Botanical Gardens
Established in 1951, the North Carolina Botanical Gardens covers over 700 acres in the North Carolina Piedmont region in Chapel Hill. Home to over 2,500 species of plants native to the Carolinas, the gardens are operated by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The UNC Botanical Gardens is free and open to public on a daily basis, and now showcases 14 collections and gardens – all starting with the Coker Garden in 1903. Visitors are encouraged to check out the 90-acre Battle Park, the Coastal Plain and Sandhills Habitat Gardens, and the Garden of Flowering Plant Families.
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