In spite of all the planning, plotting, mapping, and landscape design that goes into its creation, a garden is still the sum of its parts. In this case we are talking about the plants and animals that inhabit the 1.5 acres within the Hartman Prehistoric Garden. From the largest palm to the tiniest insect, there is a dynamic ecosystem waiting to be explored. A quick stroll through the garden will provide a visitor with pleasing views. However, there is much more waiting to be discovered if one slows down and takes a closer look.
Clicking on any of the category images below will take you to a list of species, many of which have separate pages with text and photographs. Whether you are trying to identify something you saw, would like a little more information about a particular plant or animal, or would like to have a preview of what you might see when visiting, these pages should prove helpful. Because of the huge number of species present, this section will always be a work in progress and can never showcase every single creature and plant, but the effort is being made to include as many as possible.
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