Agri Horticultural Garden



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Agri Horticultural Garden is situated near the Zoological garden of Kolkata , and is one of the most famous horticultural gardens of India. Founded by William Carey in the year 1820, the Agri Horticultural Garden has a large collection of flowering plants.

Located in a sprawling estate within the heart of Kolkata, Agri Horticultural Garden houses a flower garden, a research laboratory and a library. It is noteworthy of the garden that from time to time, the Agri Horticultural Garden organizes many seminars and courses for the general information of the common masses. It also organizes annual flower shows; while the training in horticulture forms the major attraction of the enthusiasts in horticulture.

The Agri Horticultural Garden houses the rare varieties of flowering plants and orchids, and also preserves the seeds of these plants for utility in future. Among the most important plants found in the Agri Horticultural Garden are:
  • flowering plants
  • orchids
  • ferns
  • medicinal plants, etc.
Within the premises of the garden, one can also find:
  • Research Laboratory
  • Tissue Culture Laboratory
  • Green Houses
  • Training Center
  • Secretarial Complex
  • Nurseries
  • Administrative Office
  • Hostel Facilities
  • Library
  • Conference Hall
Therefore, we can see that the Agri Horticultural Garden consists of all the necessary attributes for the nature lovers. One can visit the Agri Horticultural Garden from 7 am to 11 am in the morning, and 3 pm to 5 pm in the evening; on Wednesdays and Thursdays the timing seems to be a bit altered. On Wednesday, the garden remains closed up to 11 am, and on Thursday, the office remains open from 9 am to 1.30 pm.



Last Updated on : 8/07/2013











     


     

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