[Plant-education] Re: Botanical Gardens

bcjnyc from gmail.com via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by bcjnyc from gmail.com)
Fri Jun 27 07:03:14 EST 2008

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.

Brian Johnson

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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