By Recode staff|The botanical garden at the heart of the state’s botanical district is changing its name to the Floridians Centennial Garden.
The move is meant to make the gardens the state capital’s most recognizable, a symbolic change that will be made official in January.
The Botanical Garden was named after the state, and was originally called the Floridian Garden from the early 19th century to the 1930s.
It was designed by Charles Babbage in 1894 and is located in the old courthouse in downtown Floridio.
The new name will be the first of its kind in Florida, and the second in the U.S.
The Floridian Garden is one of the world-famous, oldest and largest botanical and garden collections in the world.
It’s home to more than 2,500 species of plants, including over 2,000 species of trees, and it is a hub for botanical research.
The botanic gardens will now be known as the Floridan Botanical Heritage Center, which is a title that is more appropriate to the state of Florida than to its state.
The designation will also mean that the state will be in possession of its oldest collection of plants in the country.
The Florida Botanical Conservancy, which runs the Floridalan Gardens, says the name change was made to recognize the diversity of plants that exist in Florida and the rich history of the botanical collections in Florida.
“The Floridian Botanical Center is an important part of our community,” said Floridiana Gov.
Carlos Gimenez in a statement.
“This is an opportunity for Floridias citizens to take a step back and appreciate how Florida’s flora and fauna has influenced our lives for hundreds of years.
The Floridanias Centennial Gardens and Floridian Gardens Botanical Collection are unique places in our state and deserve to be recognized for their contributions to the conservation of Florida’s natural resources.”
The Floridan Centennial Botanical Centre was established in 1891 and is home to nearly 2,600 plants and their collections.
The gardens are located in Wynwood, near the state capitol.