The botanical garden was designed in 1939 by landscape architect John Bergmans on behalf of the Miners' Fund for Social Institutions of the State Mines.
Bergmans designed the garden in the style of an English landscape garden. The garden is now an internationally recognized Botanical Garden with more than 3000 different plants and is a member of the National Plant Collection Foundation. The design is also a national monument.
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