The Arctic Alpine Botanic Garden is the northernmost botanical garden in the world. You can see plants unique to the Arctic and alpine plants from all over the world.
The northernmost botanical garden in the world, the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden [Incomplete knowledge of the Arctic] When I hear "Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden", I know that this is a botanical garden located in the Arctic. I was very curious when I knew there was such a botanical garden, because I It is totally unexpected that there will be any plants that can grow in the Arctic. This is also what I don't know about the Arctic. If I have never been to the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden, I have no idea that there are so many plant species in the Arctic. They are all very vigorous, and there are mostly green plants in the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden, which makes me even more curious. [Arctic Botanical World] When I came to the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden, the plants in the botanical garden were in the peak season, and what I saw was a patch of green plants all over the garden. The most are the three-to-five-meter-high birch. They are like solvents here and set the tone for the open forest of the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden. These hairy birches are scattered all over the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden, and other plants are scattered and blended in the green of these hairy birches. In the botanical garden, I also found white woolly cottongrass, white and small cottongrass scattered here, decorated with this piece of greenery, making the Arctic Alpine Botanical Garden look richer and more beautiful. [Related Information] Address: 9006 Tromsø, Norway Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:00-18:00, closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Suggested play time: 1 hour 30 minutes
The northernmost botanical garden in the world, with snow mountain species from the Arctic and all over the world
Tromsø is an alpine region, and there are still relatively abundant snow species with strong vitality. There are mostly green plants in the garden, and a few plants are blooming.
It's close to the Arctic Circle, the scenery is nice, very special, and it's worth a visit.