Established in 1994 to celebrate the beauty of Florida’s native tropical plants, Pan’s Garden hides in the midst of the tony downtown Palm Beach business and shopping district, with several entrances to let visitors slip in for a moment’s rest.
Location: Palm Beach
Open: Dawn to dusk (or when the gates are open)
Guarded over by a bronze statue of Pan of Rohallion circa 1894, the half-acre garden has over 300 species packed into upland and wetland areas. Among the rarer plantings are lignum vitae, limber caper, Geiger tree, and Keys morning glory.