The museum, which was opened in 1992, offers a vast collection of trees from all over the world.
Set over 550 square metres, you can admire centenary olive trees, cypress groves, exotic ficus, conifers and some of the rarest and weirdest plants in the world. The museum has a very well stocked Bonsai centre, where visitors can find bonsai and prebonsai plants, Chinese and Japanese vases, tools, books and lots of very particular Japanese garden plants.
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