The Garden Guide

Harriet Irving Botanical Garden

The Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens was designed to be a place where nature, research and technology come together. The gardens are laid out in nine native habitats of the Acadian Forest Region, using plants which are native to the region. There is also a Medicinal and Food Garden, a Conservatory, a formal Walled Garden and an Experimental Garden.
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The K. C. Irving Environmental Science Centre and Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens, Acadia University, 32 University Avenue,, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, B4P 2R6

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