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The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is a 313-acre botanical garden operated by the University of Georgia. The university established the garden in 1968 to study and appreciate plants and nature. This garden is a “living laboratory” for teaching, research, public service, and outreach missions for the university and Georgia residents. The garden features a conservatory, roughly five miles of nature trails and a diverse range of natural features and includes various plant communities and habitats that are common in the Georgia Piedmont region. In 1984, it was officially recognized as Georgia’s State Botanical Garden.

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2450 S. Milledge Avenue Athens, Georgia 30605
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