There are a number of important art works on display around the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, amassed through acquisitions and donations throughout the history of the Gardens.
As well as permanent artworks, the Botanic Garden often has temporary art installed by organisations or generous donors.
SCAPE Public Art has been installing contemporary art in Christchurch for 20 years.
Not only do SCAPE install artworks from internationally renowned artists, but they also have opportunities for emerging and junior artists to showcase their work.
The Botanic Gardens and Hagley Park are often recipients of imaginative and thought-provoking pieces from the talented artists that SCAPE works with each season.
See what's coming up and where to find it on the SCAPE website.
Popular artwork Flora and Otto was created from the rubble of the Christchurch earthquakes by Crack'd for Christchurch and generously donated to the Botanic Gardens.
The dedicated volunteer artists of Crack'd for Christchurch collected broken china that residents couldn't bear to throw away and re-purposed it into a beautiful mosaic armchair and ottoman.
The two-tonne artwork currently sits in the Daffodil Woodland, looking onto the Heritage Rose Garden while a permanent location is being decided.
Read more about Crack'd for Christchurch on their Facebook page.