A 37-acre subtropical botanical garden in the historic Redland, maintained and operated by Miami-Dade County Park and Recreation. Over 500 varieties of rare fruits, herbs, spices, and nuts from around the world including 80 varieties of bananas, 70 varieties of bamboo, 40 varieties of grapes, 50 varieties of mangoes, 15 varieties of jackfruit trees, and other exotic edibles are grown here. Visitors are invited to browse through the imported fruit products in the retail store. Merchandise available year round includes dried and canned fruit, juices, jams, jellies, aromatic teas, unusual seeds, cold fruit juices, cookbooks, gardening and reference books on tropical fruits and vegetables, and specialized horticultural supplies. more-less
24801 SW 187th Ave
Homestead, Florida 33031

Mon-Sun 9:00am-5:00pm



First Review by maltinej
  • vegan

Very cool place to visit for a nice morning stroll

Posted on 02 / 27 / 2012

Big park full of many different fruit and spice trees and different flora. Has tours during the day and a big pond in the middle. Various benches to just sit and enjoy the area. The main office had a variety of different and exotic fruit to sample as well as a variety of interesting juices and candy (most not vegan). We tried a canned tamarind juice and it was very tasty! We visited the cafe next door to the office and had a vegetarian wrap with NO CHEESE and it was fine with a side order of sun chips. All in all a nice day out and a very interesting afternoon.

Pros: interesting location, fruit samples , large area for a stroll
Cons: $8 per person


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Last updated: 2012/11/17


Added: 2010/07/25


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