In the Botanical Garden, there are two production greenhouses with an area of approximately 300 m2. Greenhouses are used to obtain the material needed to plant ornamental species in outdoor spaces or to overwinter non-native plants. In the greenhouses, there is a diversity of species obtained from different parts of the world, which are maintained in special conditions of temperature and humidity that facilitate their development and perpetuation. In the greenhouses there are citrus species (lemons, oranges, and grapefruit) that delight with the scent of flowers, the richness and color of the fruit. On the shelves of greenhouses, there are plants with ornamental value, with flowers or leaves of different shapes and colors (Codiaeum variegatum, Euphorbia pulcherrima, Cyclamen persicum, Camellia japonica, Coleus blumei, Pericallis hybrida, Chrysanthemum spp., etc.).