Botanic Garden in Lublin
The University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska Botanic Garden Lublin is a research and educational centre in Poland . It is located in the eastern part of the country, in one of the most significant Polish cities, in Lublin . The UMCS Botanic Garden Lublin is a part of the Maria Curie Sklodowska University (UMCS) in Lublin . The history of the institution dates back to the year 1965. The UMCS Botanic Garden Lublin is situated in a valley with a wide range of temperatures. The region is typical with long summers and cold winters.
The gardens occupy total 21.25 hectares. There are approximately 6500 species of plans, divided in pavilions by the themes. The UMCS Botanic Garden Lublin includes the pavilion of bulbous and tuberous plants with more than 360 species of plants, e.g. crocuses, tulips and daffodils. The dendrology pavilion and the arboretum present large collections of more than 1500 species of trees and bushes. You can see, for example, juniper, decorative bushes, cypress, fir, spruce, azalea and many other protected, rare or endangered species. The pavilion named Southern and Eastern Europe presents examples of 800 vegetable species whose natural habitats are in southern and eastern parts of Europe. You can admire e.g. jasmine, lilac, lavender, Serbian spruce and many others. The UMCS Botanic Garden Lublin is proud of a special pavilion which includes some 100 species of plants that are mentioned in the stories of the Old and New Testaments. It is definitely worth visiting other expositions in the pavilions focused on protected vegetable species, decorative plants, tropical and subtropical plants or roses, as well as medicinal plants and wetland vegetation. The wetland pavilion comprises two ponds of total size 1.5 hectares, with impressive whitewater lily, iris and other water plants. There is abundant fauna, too.
Address: 3 Slawinkowska Street