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Formal garden at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia The State Botanical Garden of Georgia (313 acres) is a botanical garden with a conservatory operated by the University of Georgia. It is located at 2450 South Milledge Avenue, Athens, Georgia. The Garden contains eleven botanical and horticultural collections: Annual/Perennial Garden - annuals and perennials Dahlia Garden (1987) - dahlias Groundcover Collection - bugleflower, euonymus, hypericum, ivy, juniper, liriope, ophiopogon, thrift, vinca, etc. Heritage Garden - plants of historic and social interest to Georgia, including apples, pears, and peaches, cotton, peanuts, and tobacco. International Garden - Middle Ages (Herb Garden and Physic Garden), Age of Exploration (Mediterranean & Middle East, Spanish America, American South, and China sections), and Age of Conservation (American Indian Plants, Bog Garden, Threatened & Endangered Plants). Native Azalea Collection - azaleas Native Flora Garden - more than 300 species, including ferns, trilliums, bloodroot, and lady slipper orchids. Rhododendron Collection (1976) - rhododendrons Flower Garden - Brand new in 2008. Shade Garden - azalea, camellia, dogwood, laurel, magnolia, redbud, and viburnum. Trial Garden - shrubs and trees under evaluation for the southeastern United States. It also contains about 5 miles (8.0 km) of nature trails. References Botanical Garden Breathes Life into Athens, Wayne C. Wehunt, Online Athens The New Georgia Encyclopedia entry for the State Botanical Garden of Georgia See also List of botanical gardens in the United States External links State Botanical Garden of Georgia Website official Web site Coordinates: 33°54′05.01″N 83°22′46.17″W / 33.9013917°N 83.3794917°W / 33.9013917; -83.3794917 This University of Georgia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article related to a garden in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e