Aburi Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in Aburi, the Eastern region of South Ghana.
Aburi Botanical Garden is one of the world’s 1,800 botanic gardens, leading the fight to save plant diversity through research, conservation of medicinal plants, plant multiplication, horticulture training and environmental education.
The garden occupies an area of 64.8 hectares. It was opened in March 1890 and played an important role in encouraging Cocoa production in South Ghana.
Seen in the garden, is a sculpted dead tree that has stood for over 300 years, and the carving depicts proverbial people walking on top of each other to get to the top, and the chief is always at the top.
It is a cool place to relax and feel nature.
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