Forest Botanical Garden

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Nestled in the scenic landscape conservation area Schwärzetal and situated not far from the zoo in Eberswalde, this wood garden founded by F. W. L. Pfeil in 1830 provides a perfect combination of relaxation and natural history.
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  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Holzsteg über Quellmoor mit Riesenschachtelhalm, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Japanischer Palmfarn Cycas revoluta, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Blick auf den ostastiatischen Pavillon, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Liebesperlenstrauch Callicarpa bordinieri, Foto: B. Schröter
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Weg durch den Garten, Foto: B. Götz
Beautiful and diverse arrangements of flowering plants make for a colourful contrast to the different shades of green among the 1,200 species of local and exotic wood. Extraordinary varieties such as the trumpet tree, with its gorgeous, almost tropical panicles that can grow up to 30 centimetres long, provide impressive outdoor experiences in the middle of summer. Alongside a range of deciduous trees including sweet gum and sugar maple trees with their especially intense autumnal colours, the striking thorns of the barberries and hawthorns also catch the eye. Even in November and February, the American and Asian witch hazel varieties continue to astound with their delicate flowerage.

The extensive population of head-high great horsetails (equisetum telmateia) in the spring water mire are an extra-special treat in the summer. The Chinese pavilion in the East Asia section features an incredible view of the surrounding terrain, all the way down to the stream of the River Schwärze that accompanies the garden. Behind a vine-covered pergola there is also a clearly arranged enclosure of herbs as well as medicinal and poisonous plants for curious visitors to learn about a range of both useful and dangerous plants.

As a central institution of the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, the Forstbotanischer Garten is principally for students’ education as well as research and science, but it is also open free of charge to anyone interested in visiting.

Activities: Guided tours subject to prior arrangement or announced in the press
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Nestled in the scenic landscape conservation area Schwärzetal and situated not far from the zoo in Eberswalde, this wood garden founded by F. W. L. Pfeil in 1830 provides a perfect combination of relaxation and natural history.
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  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Holzsteg über Quellmoor mit Riesenschachtelhalm, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Japanischer Palmfarn Cycas revoluta, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Blick auf den ostastiatischen Pavillon, Foto: C. Gohlke
  • Forstbotanischer Garten Eberswalde - Liebesperlenstrauch Callicarpa bordinieri, Foto: B. Schröter
Beautiful and diverse arrangements of flowering plants make for a colourful contrast to the different shades of green among the 1,200 species of local and exotic wood. Extraordinary varieties such as the trumpet tree, with its gorgeous, almost tropical panicles that can grow up to 30 centimetres long, provide impressive outdoor experiences in the middle of summer. Alongside a range of deciduous trees including sweet gum and sugar maple trees with their especially intense autumnal colours, the striking thorns of the barberries and hawthorns also catch the eye. Even in November and February, the American and Asian witch hazel varieties continue to astound with their delicate flowerage.

The extensive population of head-high great horsetails (equisetum telmateia) in the spring water mire are an extra-special treat in the summer. The Chinese pavilion in the East Asia section features an incredible view of the surrounding terrain, all the way down to the stream of the River Schwärze that accompanies the garden. Behind a vine-covered pergola there is also a clearly arranged enclosure of herbs as well as medicinal and poisonous plants for curious visitors to learn about a range of both useful and dangerous plants.

As a central institution of the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, the Forstbotanischer Garten is principally for students’ education as well as research and science, but it is also open free of charge to anyone interested in visiting.

Activities: Guided tours subject to prior arrangement or announced in the press
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Am Zainhammer 5

16225 Eberswalde

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16225 Eberswalde

Tel.: +49 (0) 3334-59100
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Weather Today, 7. 8.

11 25
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Monday
    12 27
  • Tuesday
    13 28

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