This magnificent botanical garden in Kolding dates back almost 100 years, when the gardener and nursery owner Aksel Olsen, in 1925, had the idea of creating a garden where the plants were divided according to their geographical origin. Over the years, the garden grew and today it is a 12-hectare area with seven different geographical gardens such as Siberia, North America and Asia and five themed gardens including a spice and medicinal herb garden and a dahlia garden. In addition, there are three different beautiful rose gardens, a zoo and playgrounds. In 2016, the garden was the first in Scandinavia to receive the prestigious international "Award of Garden Excellence". In the garden you will also find a stone erected in memory of Aksel Olsen.
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