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The Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden, also called the New Botanical Garden, connects to the castle park Nymphenburg in the north and is one of the largest botanical gardens in Germany. With 21.20 ha, over 4500 m2 are occupied by greenhouses. About 16,000 plant species are cultivated here
The new Botanical Garden in Munich was established in 1914. It was the first botanical garden, which was designed in accordance with the garden reform, whose main assumptions are simplicity and regularity. It is mainly represented in garden accommodation in the vicinity of new buildings and landscape areas.
Specific landscapes such as heaths, waters and wetlands are exposed here. In addition, a department of rose gardens, useful and medicinal plants and the most important indoor plants were created. The greenhouses contain plants of humid tropical areas, ecosystems of cool tropical mountain forests and deserts.