Great botanical gardens that are so with a visit - from the cafe to the alpine garden! From huge trees to ephemeral spring plants it is a joy in September.
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I spent a very contented 3 hours meandering amongst daffodils, magnolia and cherry blossoms. The next morning I returned and ran around the park. It is a jewel.
Not quite all the flowers out yet but I would say it would be a fantastic display of colour and flair. Witht he Avon river running through it - it s just gorgeous.
We spent the day meandering through the gardens. It was a warm afternoon in early spring. The bulbs are in bloom as are the flowing trees like the Magnolias and Cherry Blossoms. The scent of the Star Magnolias intoxicate you when the breeze blows through...More
Spent half a day strolling through this area after going through the museum. Vry nice - all the cherry blossom was out and there was a nice variety of colour. Like the way the River Avon snakes its was through the gardens, and that you...More
The botanic gardens were an oasis of calm after the inevitable noise of the re-building of earthquake recovering Christchurch. Beautiful trees and flowers and an excellent cafe.
In the City Centre, the Christchurch Botanic Garden is an oasis of greenery, flowering tress and plants representative of New Zealand. From the ancient pines and eucalyptus, to the Lenten roses, rhododendron and hundreds (if not thousands) of flowering species, this arboretum and gardens are...More