Green blanket like grass thrown over the 20.5 hectare botanical garden, rows of bushes, plants blossomed with colorful flowers, maturely grown trees, like I already mentioned in my other articles about Kodaikanal the cool weather and above all there is an Eucalyptus tree and a Bodhi tree which dates to the year 1857. The Park was built by a forest officer from Madurai (Temple City), H D Bryant, and therefore the park was named after him as the Bryant Park.
During the peak of the season, a large section of the park is dedicated to almost 740 species of Roses, and the park is a scenic beauty with around 325 species of trees, shrubs, and cacti. Ornamental and Decorative plants are also cultivated in the nursery especially for sale. Along with this there are also medicinal plants, and moreover this garden exhibits many flower shows when the season starts and multitudes of people gather the park to admire beautiful, colorful, tiny, large flowers every year.
The entry fee is reasonable and nominal. Bryant Park is just lively and happening!