Shambhala Botanic Gardens
The Shambhala Botanic Gardens are young botanical gardens, formally opened in 2003, and located on the 600-acre (240 ha) campus of the Shambhala Mountain Center, 4921 County Rd 68-C, Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, USA. An admission fee is charged.
The gardens are at an altitude of approximately 7,800 feet (2,400 m), and consist of:
- Zen garden, with plants having connections to Buddhism
- Rocky Mountain native plants garden, with more than 100 species
- Vegetable and cut-flower garden
The campus also contains a bird sanctuary.
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