Aga Khan Garden, Alberta

The Aga Khan Garden features secluded forest paths, fruit orchards and more than 25,000 trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and wetland plants.

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Botanic Garden Collections

Ornamentals, fruits, vegetables and more — our garden collections are organized to display and interpret ecosystems, habitats and the relationships between people and plants, in addition to being aesthetically pleasing.

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Indigenous Garden

Created in 1980, this was the first Indigenous Peoples garden at a botanic garden in Canada.

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Indoor Showhouses

View the tropical plant showhouse, arid showhouse and temperate showhouse and experience a variety of plants, shrubs, trees and more from different climates.

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Kurimoto Japanese Garden

The Kurimoto Japanese Garden is a five acre garden, created in the kaiyou (strolling garden) style. Ornaments and structures include lanterns, pagoda, entrance gate, belfry and asumayas (viewing shelters) and more.

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Patrick Seymour Alpine Garden

One of the largest alpine gardens in North America (five acres), this garden contains many plants adapted to grow above the treeline of mountains.

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