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Explore our Living Collections!
The living collections at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens comprise more than 100,000 diverse and carefully curated plants suitable for northern regions. The vibrant, dynamic, living collections are essential to all three areas of our mission work: horticulture, education, and research. Accordingly, plants in these extensive collections are formally accessioned, labeled, mapped, and monitored; they are central to horticultural display, interpretation, study, and exchange. Our living collections inspire people to discover and appreciate a wide diversity of plants and to better understand the natural world!
Use this Garden Explorer Tool to enrich your experience with the cultivated plant collections at CMBG:
  • Select Search to find specific plants in our collection. Plants will be listed with their location and additional information; click them to see where they are located on a map.
  • Select Map to zoom in to any particular area of our gardens to see what plants are growing there.
  • Select Names to browse a list of alphabetical scientific plant names.

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Explore our more than 300 acres of gardens and natural spaces, from the Native Butterfly and Moth House to the Bibby and Harold Alfond Children’s Garden or Giles Rhododendron and Perennial Garden.
About the Gardens
The mission of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is to inspire meaningful connections among people, plants, and nature through horticulture, education, and research.
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