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The botanical garden is the ideal place to learn about the regional flora.

It features a vast collection of living plants divided into 11 sections based on geographic, ecological, taxonomic, and practical criteria.

Sections of the Botanical Garden:

Arborentum

Where you can admire a collection of native conifers such as pines, cypresses, and junipers, among others.

Northern Zone

With plants from the northern part of the state, including tropical subdeciduous forest, cloud forest, pine forest, and oak forest.

Temperate Central Zone

With plants from the temperate subhumid and cold climates that characterize this area. Examples include oak forests, pine forests, junipers, as well as colorines and pirules.

Jardín Botánico Universitario (Botanical Garden)

Semi-Arid Central Zone

With plants from the warm dry and temperate subhumid climates, such as xerophytic shrubland and tropical forest. Here, you can find agaves, columnar cacti, globular cacti, and tree-like cacti.

Southern Zone

With plants from warm and dry climates, including casahuates, izotes, copals, and huizaches, among others.

Plants of Economic Importance

Featuring vegetables, fruit trees, medicinal plants, and ornamental plants.

Seasonal Wetland

Hosting plants that thrive during the rainy season.

Palmetum

Where you can see various species of palms.

Riparian Vegetation

Referring to the vegetation that grows along riverbanks, such as ahuehuetes (Montezuma cypress), tules, and willows, among others.

Quercetum

Offering trees and shrubs from the Quercus genus, such as oaks and beeches.

There are additional sections where you can admire wild plants, as well as an important Herbarium that houses a collection of over 37,000 specimens, making it the largest in Puebla.

Location

Calle 6 Norte, esquina con 6 Oriente, Centro, Puebla, Pue.

Hours

Monday to Friday: 8:30 to 16:00 hrs. Saturday: 8:30 to 15:00 hrs.

A UNESCO WORD HERITAGE SITE, ENCHANTING COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE AND TANTALIZING CUISINE

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