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Heathcote Botannical Gardens

Home of the James J. Smith Bonsai Gallery, Heathcote Botanical Gardens contains the largest public tropical bonsai collection in the U.S., featuring 100 bonsai trees on permanent display.Visit our themed garden rooms including Palm & Cycad Walk, Herb Garden, Refelection Garden, tropical perennials, ferns, gingers, bromeliads, and native plants. Leashed pets are welcome throughout the gardens. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Heathcote Botannical Gardens has received a rating of 4.8 out of 5 bones by 4 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Rachel
    May. 31, 2021
    Pretty Little Garden

    Some really pretty plants to see, especially the bonsai garden, My Golden Retriever wanted to get into the fountains! The children’s garden is very cute, especially the fairy garden. The herb garden was under construction and the plants for sale looked to be in bad shape. We went on a Saturday morning and almost had the garden to ourselves. I hope more people discover this pretty little treasure and support them with the money needed for maintenance and additional plants!

  • Sue
    Mar. 14, 2020
    Small, but lovely arboretum

    Lovely paved and unpaved paths wind through different areas of the garden. Beautiful Bonsai collection. This is the only botanical garden in this area of Florida I could find that allows dogs, so a real treat.

  • Joel
    More than a year ago
    loved

    I went with my dog on a Saturday afternoon. Lots of lawn and pathways through beautiful local plantings. Dogs must be leashed but there was a lot for them to smell and it was a great walk. Admission was eight dollars and well worth spending A couple of hours viewing.

  • Michelle
    More than a year ago
    Leashed dogs allowed

    Very pretty place and worth the admission. Dogs must be on leashes, and you must pick up after them. They have waterbowls out for them.

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