The Miami Beach Botanical Garden has just completed an expansion that extends along the Collins Canal for 350 feet, embracing an underutilized piece of land and expanding the garden to a full three acres. With a design by landscape architect Raymond Jungles, the expansion consists of a meandering path along the canal’s southern edge, new gateways, and lush foliage. The new area will be able to be enjoyed by visitors “soon,” says the garden, which is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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