between Cristiano Fischer Avenue and Salvador Franca Avenue, Porto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
The Porto Alegre Botanical Garden is a Foundation of Rio Grande do Sul located on the street Salvador França, in Porto Alegre, Brazil. in 1957 with the first planting of selected species is a collection of palm trees, conifers and succulent. When opened to the public on September 10, 1958, it already featured nearly 600 species. Soon after, in 1962, was inaugurated the oven for cacti, in the 1970s and the botanical garden was integrated into Fundacao Zoobotanica Foundation, along with the Park Zoo and the Museum of Natural Sciences.