The National Tropical Botanical Garden is an exceptional preserve and houses the world's largest collection of rare and endangered plants and includes the Allerton Garden, McBryde and Limahuli (North Shore). The gardens are stunning examples of native landscape and design. The NTBG provides a haven for tropical endangered plant species to thrive and focuses on the cultivation of traditional medicinal plants. The Allerton Garden sits on the site of Hawaii's Queen Emma's summer cottage. This 80-acre tropical retreat hosts the Island's living treasures in an enchanting garden and also has a private beach turtles use to lay eggs. It's a good idea to make advanced reservations for the Allerton Garden since tours are limited. McBryde Garden is set in seclusion between rugged cliffs ideal for learning about the native plants while viewing rare and endangered Hawaiian species.
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