[Plant-education] Re: Plant-ed Digest, Vol 39, Issue 1

David Walker via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by d.a.walker from sheffield.ac.uk)
Tue Jul 1 14:17:15 EST 2008


 I agree totally with everything that has been said already but I feel bound
to add the 1000 acres of the Moscow Botanic Garden (more for its outstanding
science than for its size)  the Australian National Botanic Garden in
Canberra and (in the category of "see Naples and die") invite wonder at the
Morton Bay Figs in the Adelaide Botanic Garden which was established almost
as soon, by the first British settlers, as the first pub and the first
cricket ground. What a wonderful order of priorities.

>From David Alan Walker, FRS; Emeritus Professor of Photosynthesis,
University of Sheffield, UK.
http://www.oxygraphics.co.uk/
 


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> Subject: [Plant-education] Re: Botanical Gardens
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> Check out the website for Botanic Gardens Conservation International
> (www.bgci.org).  BGCI is the world's largest network of botanic
> gardens, and the website includes a searchable database of more than
> 2000 botanic gardens around the world.  In the meantime, key gardens
> you should look into include Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (UK); New York
> Botanical Garden; Chicago Botanic Garden; Brooklyn Botanic Garden;
> Singapore Botanic Gardens; Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden (South
> Africa); Montreal Botanic Garden; Bogor Botanic Gardens (Indonesia).
> There are many more important gardens around the world, depending on
> whether you are looking through a conservation, education or
> historical lens.
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> Best,
> Brian Johnson
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> On Jun 26, 5:55?pm, mcginn.r... from gmail.com wrote:
>> Does anyone know what the major Botanical Gardens in the world are?
>> By major, I mean not only large (in terms of diversity of species) but
>> also central in terms of networking power in its given area of the
>> world.
>> 
>> Thank you!
>> 
>> Ryan McGinn
>> University of Alberta
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> Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 17:08:39 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Jon Greenberg <sci_educ from yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: [Plant-education] Botanical Gardens
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> BGCI.org is a good resource for this sort of question.
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> Jon Greenberg
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> --- On Thu, 6/26/08, mcginn.ryan from gmail.com <mcginn.ryan from gmail.com> wrote:
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>> From: mcginn.ryan from gmail.com <mcginn.ryan from gmail.com>
>> Subject: [Plant-education] Botanical Gardens
>> To: bionet-plants-education from net.bio.net
>> Date: Thursday, June 26, 2008, 12:55 PM
>> Does anyone know what the major Botanical Gardens in the
>> world are?
>> By major, I mean not only large (in terms of diversity of
>> species) but
>> also central in terms of networking power in its given area
>> of the
>> world.
>> 
>> Thank you!
>> 
>> Ryan McGinn
>> University of Alberta
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