Bahá’u’lláh’s principle of “unity in diversity” is reflected not only in the multi-cultural composition of the Bahá’í communities around the world, but also in the Bahá’í gardens. The gardens are home to more than 300 different types of plants, both native and exotic.

The Bahá’í gardens and buildings are financed solely by voluntary donations from Bahá’ís. The gardens are open to the public every day, and they have been visited by millions of people of all religions and cultures. The Bahá’í Holy Places in Haifa and Bahjí are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.