The Herbal Garden of Jhansi is located within the city limits.
The Herbal Garden is named "Tigers' Prowl" after the famous White Tiger of Bundelkhand and stands out to be a unique creation. Not only does it use military scraps being recycled for creating extremely innovative modern art forms but also has a huge variety of medicinal herbs and plants. It houses some 20,000 herbal plants of 27 varieties and 400 varieties of trees. Herbs include Rajnigandha, Sarpgandha, Bryophyllum, Aloe Vera, Chandni, Tulsi, Chameli, Jatropha, Ashwagandha, Chandni, Amla, Lemon Grass, Chota Elaichi, Lavender, Kapoor Tulsi, Hadjod, Harsingar, Curry Tree, Gardenia, Lajwanti, Henna, Neem and Satavar. Herbal Garden spread over 15 hectares was proposed to be developed in Jhansi Cantonment in the year 2012 by participating in the promotional scheme of National Medicinal Plant Board (NMPB) with the aim to increase the awareness among the local population of medicinal plant and also act as a knowledge hub for college students pursuing agricultural studies.
Today, the sprawling wasteland boasts of thousands of medicinal plants and herbs beautified with the innovative use of military scraps and continuously never cease to surprise its visitors by the regular addition of sculptures and art installations. It is maintained by Indian Army. The park has a good jogging track, which can be best used in the morning or evenings. There is a fountain too in the garden. Also, there's a patriotic flavour in the air because of the valiant stories of army heroes.
The best time to visit the Herbal garden is during monsoons. The Garden can be visited during timings 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM.