The Kampong Botanical Garden

A refreshingly exotic hidden treasure, the 11-acre Kampong Tropical Gardens in Coconut Grove is a breathtaking array of tropical fruits, flowering trees, ficus, aroids, magenta blossoms, jackfruit, royal Poinciana, and bamboo. It was bought by horticulturalist Dr. David Fairchild in 1916, who maintained and managed the garden, helping to create what it is today. The Kampong offers edible trees, mangoes, avocados, berries, and other exotics, while mixing in Spanish and Southeast Asian influences. Discover why this family-friendly historical feat of Coconut Grove is yet another aspect of what makes this neighborhood gem so beautiful and unique.

For more information about Coconut Grove, please call Alba Biondi 305 323 2595 or Isabelle Andrews at 305 546 5421 or visit our website.

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