The exhibit, which opens to the public Feb. 10 to run through June 30, includes 10 of Gauguin's dramatic woodcut prints and wood engravings, as well as photographs, maps and a selection of historic photos in the Museum of Botany & the Arts. But the living exhibits, created by the gardens' horticultural team, are more than a match for the artist's originals. Take a look here, and for more info visit

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