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Munich is one of my favorite cities, and I’m fortunate to be able to visit almost every year. Like most visitors, I love the city’s well-known attractions, such as the Hofbrau Haus, the Marienplatz, or any of Munich’s world-class museums, like the Deutsches Museum. But being a nature-lover, I also love the Munich Botanic Garden in the suburb of Nymphenburg. If you love nature too, you will enjoy a visit to the Botanic Garden, home to approximately 14,000 plant species.
The Botanic Garden includes 55 beautiful acres.
I love orchids, so I love to spend time in the Glasshouse Complex.
The water lilies in Greenhouse #4 are spectacular.
And you can even see turtles, fish, and some iguanas.
It’s easy to take public transportation to the Botanic Garden. So if you visit Munich, add this to your must-see list!
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the Mobile Garden, a garden installed on a CTA train by Joe Baldwin of NoisiVelvet, which TreeHugger Jaymi wrote about here. The mobile garden is a noisivelvet project. Mobile Garden Containers 6 Ways to Mash-Up Bikes and Gardens