— When it comes to attracting visitors, it’s hard to beat a garden full of colorful flowers.
And if you’re lucky, you might get to visit the same ones that grow there too.
But the botanic gardens in Birmingham and its surrounding area aren’t just some quaint tourist attractions.
They’re part of the Birmingham Botanical Garden Conservancy’s mission to make the city an urban green space.
The conservancy is dedicated to promoting the preservation of nature and biodiversity in the city and surrounding areas, and it provides a variety of public gardens that are open year-round.
To accomplish that, the conservancy uses a variety “plants” to create a variety that can be enjoyed year-around.
It also has a number of “mushrooms” and “spotted shrubs” that can help attract visitors to the gardens, which have been around for more than two centuries.
Here are some of the more unique and exciting plants that make up the Birmingham botanical parks.
The Birmingham Botanic Garden Conservancies mission is to preserve and protect the natural environment and preserve biodiversity and provide a variety, in a variety form, of public and private gardens that encourage visitors to visit and enjoy the city.
The gardens are open from April through October.
The Botanic Gardens in Birmingham have some of their own unique plants that attract visitors.
The trees and shrubs at the Botanic gardens are called “plant species.”
The trees are native to the city, and are called birches.
The shrubs are native in the area, and were once common.
Here’s a closer look at some of them.
(See a gallery of these trees and the shrubs below.)
Birmingham Botanical GardensPlant SpeciesBirmingham botanic garden conservancy, Birmingham, Alabama.
Photo credit: Courtesy of the Botanical gardens.