Unbelievable Acres Botanic Gardens
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Unbelievable Acres Botanic Gardens (1 ha / 2.5 acres) is a private man made Tropical Rainforest , nonprofit botanical garden located at 470 63rd Trail North, West Palm Beach, Florida. The garden is open to the general public on the Second Saturday of every month. Guided Tours are given at 1:30 and 3 p.m. An admission fee ($10 adults and $5 Children) is charged. Tours can be scheduled on other days for parties of 10 or more by calling (561) 242-1686 to make reservations.
The Tropical Rainforest garden was established in 1970 by Gene Joyner, who has developed and maintained it since. It is now one of Florida's largest private collections of tropical fruit trees, with a 30-metre-high (100 ft) tree canopy.
The garden contains some 2000 varieties of plants, including more than 160 varieties of fruit trees, with 40 types of citrus, and 35 types of banana and plantain trees. It also includes orchids, bromeliads, palms, and ferns, as well as less well-known plants such as jaboticaba, black sapote, jackfruit, and carambola trees.
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