The Botanical Garden of Adam Mickiewicz University (Ogród Botaniczny w Poznaniu) is a botanical garden attached to the University.
Was created between 1922 - 1925 on the initiative of Professor "Rudolf Boettner" at the University of Poznan, Adam Mickiewicz and his successor Professor Adam Wodzicki. This botanical garden is home to some 8 000 species of plants from all climatic regions of the world, grouped as:
- Section of Ornamental plants.
- Trees and shrubs, with about 10 hectares and about 1700 species from around the world (mostly U.S.. UU. Or the Far East), Fagaceae, Betulaceae.
- Greenhouse with Cactaceae,
- Alpinum, surface of 6000 m² with plants from the mountains of Europe and especially of the Carpathians and Tatra mountains of Poland
- plants displayed in a systematic way on 2 hectares, with about 2000 taxa, Saxifragaceae, Rosaceae, Fabaceae, Lamiaceae, Asteraceae,
- Section of rare plants, at 0.25 hectares are plants endangered with extinction. As well from humid and mesophile areas (87 species), as 75 species of Mediterranean climates. There can be also found plants from xerophilous zone (55 species). Many of them are in reintroduction programs in their natural habitats.