It’s divided up into sections, to showcase the flowers and plants that grow in different regions of the world, so you walk around into each section, and find yourself in Australia, or South America, or California, surrounded by those native plants.
My favourite part was the flower field in the center of the dome, it’s a themed flower display that they switch up every few months.
When we were there, it was made into a Persian garden, with lots of bright colours, and table displays.
There is a succulent garden, a large collection of cool, gnarled trees called Boababs, and an olive grove with a 1,000 year old olive tree.
I was eventually unceremoniously dragged out, apparently watching someone take 600 pictures of roses gets boring after awhile, who knew?