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November 11th, 2012
November 11th, 2012

Guided Botanical Garden Nature Walk

Fall/Winter 2012/2013

Need a break from urban life? A guided nature walk through the Botanical Garden is a great way to unwind.  This leisurely walking tour will open your eyes and speak to your senses as you explore the diverse garden and the story behind it all! See the Quaking Aspen and learn about its “clones”, examine the strange shape of the “mystery tree” and see how the Native Plant Garden is coming along.

The garden is beautiful in any season and even in the late fall and wintertime! Many photo opportunities await you so bring your camera and discover the best the garden has to offer!

Guided tours are available in the Fall/Winter on Saturdays and Sundays by appointment only for $5 per person.   The gardens are open daily, October to April, from 11am to 3pm for a self-guided walking tour.  

For more information or to book a tour contact the Sunshine Coast Botanical Gardens Society at 604.740.3969


Pin oak leaves against hornbeam foliage
Pin oak leaves against hornbeam foliage

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Can you spot the cottonwood, oak, and hornbeam leaves?
Can you spot the cottonwood, oak, and hornbeam leaves?
The trembling aspens have lost most of their gold, but their trunks are stunning
The trembling aspens have lost most of their gold, but their trunks are stunning
Japanese Maple leaves
Japanese Maple leaves

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