North Carolina Arboretum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cape Fear Botanical Garden is a 434-acre (175.64-ha) botanical garden and arboretum that is located in Asheville, North Carolina.

This botanical garden is administered by the University of North Carolina. It is a member of the Botanical Gardens Conservation International.

The National Azaleas Collection of the North American Plant Collections Consortium.

Your international recognition code as a botanical institution Gardens Conservation International BGCI), as well as the acronym of herbarium is WNCA .


Of the Bent Creek Experimental Forest of the Pisgah National Forest southwest of Asheville, near the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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North Carolina Arboretum 100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way Asheville, Buncombe county, North Carolina 37-02140 United States of America-United States of America Satellite maps and views 35 ° 29'51.36 "N 28 ° 36'32.4" W / 35.4976000, -28.609000

Average annual rainfall: 411 mm Altitude: 762.00 masl Total greenhouse area: 650 Meters total of thresholds: 279 Meters

It is open daily except Christmas Day. Although the idea of ​​the arboretum goes back to landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted in 1898, who wanted to create a botanical garden at the nearby Biltmore Estate, the Today's arboretum was established by the General Assembly relatively recently, in 1986, as an interinstitutional facility of the University of North Carolina.

In 1989, the site was officially designated the Carolina Arboretum of the North.

The North Carolina Arboretum is a public institution of inclusive education, landscape and research, which elevates the aesthetic, cultural and economic quality of citizens in North Carolina.