NTNU botanical garden from my trip to Norway

NTNU botanical garden- Ringve Botanical Garden

I was there in June 2013. The garden is located in Trondheim, Norway. I enjoyed warm and nice weather. The garden is open and free to enter, people who live nearby are really lucky to have such an amazing biodiversity of plants in a walking distance. However, I traveled from the opposite side of the city to spend the whole day in the park.

NTNU website have information about botanical garden in English and Norsk available.

According to the webpage, the park consists of seven areas:

  1. The Arboretum
  2. The Traditional Perennials
  3. The Museum Area
  4. The Park
  5. The Primrose Garden
  6. The Renaissance Garden
  7. The Systematic Garden

They are presented on the map below:

 

Garden Explorer (map of plants)

I found a really cool feature on webpage: this is a map of the garden with the plants located. Also, there is a search by name, family, country of origin and location. I think, it can be used to improve awareness of nature and environment amateurs and professionals.

My own exploration of the Ringve Botanical Garden:

1. The Arboretum




2. The Traditional Perennials:



3. The Museum Area

4. The Park



5. The Primrose Garden

6. The Renaissance Garden

7. The Systematic Garden:




Somewhere between areas:
Enkianthus campanulatus







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