Four Arts Gardens

The Four Arts Gardens, also known as the Four Arts Library, Gardens and Philip Hulitar Sculpture Gardens, are nonprofit botanical gardens located at 2 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, Florida. After the hurricanes of 2004, the gardens were renovated, and re-opened to the public in March 2007.

The site's demonstration gardens were established in 1938 and now maintained by the Garden Club of Palm Beach to display tropical plants suitable for South Florida. Its Chinese garden includes a moongate and statuary, with pathway winding past a rock garden to the Spanish facade and decorative well. Large trees shade the way to the Madonna garden and formal fountain.

It also includes a Spanish Garden, and a tropical garden. The original gardens were planned by seven society ladies and one gentleman in the 1930s, to incorporate a series of garden rooms with different themes.

Sculptures on display include works by Lawrence Holofcener, Luis Montoya, Leslie Ortiz, Felipe Castaneda, Diana Guest, Philip Jackson, Dan Ostermiller, Ira Bruce Reines, and Jose Antonio Villalobos

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