Aquatic House and Orchid Collection displays an intricate combination of orchids, rockwork, and waterfalls. This exhibition is home to the largest orchids in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. While this exhibition is truly breathtaking to walk through, its purpose is to demonstrate how plants have adapted to live in wet areas.
Desert Pavilion is an exhibition that includes plants from all over the world. By combining Old and New World plants, the Desert Pavilion showcases the variety of flora and fauna that have adapted over the years to be able to withstand a desert climate.
Tropical Pavilion is a 6,000 square feet magnificent arena filled with trees that soar to 65 feet high. This indoor exhibition does a fantastic job at recreating a tropical forest environment, full of waterfalls, streams, and plants that come from the Amazon, African rainforest, and Asia.
Warm Temperate Pavilion focuses on the diverse plants of the Mediterranean basin, west coast of the United States, and west coast of South America. One of the most popular plants in this attraction is the Wollemi pine, an extremely rare olive tree.
Bonsai Museum is known as the second oldest bonsai collections in the United States, largest public bonsai display outside of Japan, and one of the prettiest in the world. This exhibition holds a large collection of bonsai plants which total to over a whopping 350.
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