Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens

 

The Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens occupy more than six acres on the campus of Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

Since September 2002, the Gardens have provided a captivating environment for the investigation of native flora of the Acadian Forest Region. 

The Gardens are open daily from dawn to dusk (weather permitting.) The autumn is a beautiful time to see the trees of the Acadian Forest in full colour. 

 

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A Night of Light

As the seasons change don't let the cold and the dark keep you inside. Get outside and join us in celebrating the beauty of the great outdoors at night.

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Restoring the Acadian Forest

Join us Monday October 23rd 7:30 - 9pm for a free public talk by Gary Schneider of Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project.

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