The Bogota Botanical Garden, aka Jose Celestino Mutis Botanical Garden , is Colombia's biggest botanical garden, located in Bogota. It features greenhouses in which plants from every Colombian region, altitude, and climate are exhibited. Among other curiosities, it includes the biggest aquatic Amazonian flower and the Palma de cera, the Colombian national tree.
The municipally owned park has an artificial waterfall and labs for studying plants and flowers. It also has public services such as a library and a tourist information desk.