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Harry P. Leu Gardens- Orlando, Florida

In 1936, Harry P. Leu and his wife purchased a plot of land in Orlando. The couple traveled the world, gathering varying flora and fauna to bring back with them to their Florida home. The result is a 15 acre garden showcasing the various types of plants found around the globe that is now open to the public. One of the greatest features of the gardens? The Floral Clock which was imported from Scotland and donated to the gardens in 1966 by the Kiwanis Club. 

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