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         Botanical Gardens:     more books (100)
  1. The Botanical Garden by Roger Phillips, Martyn Rix, 2002-10-11
  2. The New York Botanical Garden
  3. The Botanical Garden: Volume II: Perennials and Annuals (Botanical Garden) by Roger Phillips, Martyn Rix, 2002-09-07
  4. The Art of the Garden: Collecting Antique Botanical Prints by Denise DeLaurentis, Hollie Powers Holt, 2006-09-30
  5. Botanic Gardens: A Living History (Gardens)
  6. Botanical Gardens Coloring Book by Dot Barlowe, 1997-07-11
  7. Paramos: A Checklist of Plant Diversity, Geographical Distribuion, and Botanical Literature (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden) (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden) by James L. Luteyn, Steven P. Churchill, et all 1999-02-20
  8. 100 Best Plants for the Coastal Garden: The Botanical Bones of Great Gardening by Steve Whysall, 2005-05-01
  9. New York Botanical Garden 2008 Wall Calendar by MeadWestvaco, 2008
  10. Camellias: A Curator's Introduction to the Camellia Collection in the Huntington Botanical Gardens (Huntington Pictorial Guide) by Ann Richardson, 2001-01-01
  11. Recreating Eden: A Natural History of Botanical Gardens by Mary Soderstrom, 2001-01-01
  12. A Revision of the Fungi Formerly Classified As Nectria Subgenus Hyphonectria (Memoirs of The New York Botanical Garden, Vol. 26(3)) by Gary J. Samuels, 1976-03-08
  13. Fungicolous, Lichenicolous, and Myxomyceticolous-Species of Hypocreopsis, Nectriopsis, Nectria, Peristomialis, and Trichonectria (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, Vol. 48) by Gary J. Samuels, 1988-10-05
  14. The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens by Peggy Park Bernal, 2003-01-01

1. American Association Of Botanical Gardens And Arboreta
A professional association for public gardens in North America, supporting the public horticulture community in its mission to study, display, and conserve plants.
American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
For optimal viewing of this site, you need a frames-capable web browser. All the latest versions of browsers are frames-capable and can be downloaded for free. The American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (AABGA) is the professional association for public gardens in North America, supporting the public horticulture community in its mission to study, display, and conserve plants. The AABGA publishes a monthly newsletter and the quarterly journal, The Public Garden , along with a variety of other publications, and sponsors six regional and one national conference each year. Important AABGA initiatives include the Resource Center , a technical information service for botanical gardens, allied institutions, and the general public, and the North American Plant Collections Consortium , a project to conserve plant germplasm using the collections found in botanical gardens and arboreta. Home About Us Contact Us Regional Information ... Members Only

2. Strybing Arboretum Society: Strybing Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
Features a spectacular array of plants from the world's Mediterranean and mild temperate climates, to highelevation tropical cloud forests. San Francisco, USA.
Escape to a unique urban oasis of extraordinary beauty. Enjoy Strybing's world of gardens , excellent horticulture library bookstore , and education programs FREE GUIDED WALKS are given daily at 1:30 pm.
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What else is in Bloom?
Photo Gallery
Garden Walk

Wild Lilies, Irises and Grasses
Illustrations of California Monocots
Original pen and ink drawings on paper from the new book illustrated by well known botanical artist, Kristin Jakob. MORE... Strybing's beauty and value as a major cultural resource are the result of a successful public/private partnership between San Francisco's Recreation and Park Department and the Strybing Arboretum Society, a non-profit corporation.

3. Huntington Botanical Gardens
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, botanical gardens. The Huntington botanical gardens. Welcome to the Huntington botanical gardens. Henry Huntington began developing the botanical gardens in
The Huntington Botanical Gardens
Welcome to the Huntington Botanical Gardens. Henry Huntington began developing the Botanical Gardens in 1903. Now they span nearly 150 acres with sweeping lawns and vistas interspersed with statuary, tempiettos, and benches. Approximately 15,000 kinds of plants from all over the world make up the botanical collections, many landscaped into a series of theme gardens. Landscapes include the Japanese, desert, rose, camellia, palm, subtropical, jungle, lily ponds, herb, and Australian gardens. Specialized displays include the North Vista, the Zen and bonsai courts, the art gallery rockery, the desert garden conservatory, and many more.
Behind the scenes, new collections from Mexico, South America, South Africa, and other countries are cultivated for planting in the gardens or for distribution to other botanical gardens, plant science professionals, and amateur horticulturists. The International Succulent Introductions program propagates rare and endangered species and makes them available to the public in order to discourage the collection of those species in the wild.
Many shows, seminars, and symposia focusing on botany and horticulture are held throughout the year.

4. The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
The Friends of Birmingham botanical gardens is a volunteerbased organization in partnership with Birmingham botanical gardens. It promotes public knowledge and appreciation of plants, gardens,
Contact Us

Garden Tour

Gatehouse Gift Shop
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Not only to the obvious things like beauty and sensory pleasures. But also to deeper and more unexpected things like serenity, introspection and discovery. Every turn in the Birmingham Botanical Gardens brings something new and singularly delightful. Education
Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens strive to promote a better understanding and appreciation of plants, gardens and the environment through a variety of unique educational experiences. Learning Center Volunteers
To learn more about our wonderful volunteer opportunities here at The Gardens please contact the Volunteer Office at (205) 414-3962 or email us Find out more Upcoming Events
Spring, It’s about Bloomin Time : Nature Photography Show
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Join us for a photography show and reception in the Library on Saturday, May 29th from 4-6 p.m.

5. Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
This tropical oasis was recently named one of Americas Top Ten botanical gardens. Copyright ©2003, Marie Selby botanical gardens, Inc. All rights reserved
HOME VIRTUAL TOUR CONTACT US About Us ... Education June 7, 2004 Welcome to an open-air and under-glass museum of thousands of orchids and bromeliads. Stroll winding pathways along Sarasota Bay and visit the Tropical Display House with hundreds of blooming orchids. This tropical oasis was recently named one of America’s Top Ten Botanical Gardens Tropical 4th of July Concert Date: July 4, 2004
Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
SELBY GARDENS FOURTH OF JULY CONCERT FEATURES PATRIOTIC MUSIC BY SARASOTA CONCERT BAND A patriotic music concert by the Sarasota Concert Band highlights the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ popular Fourth of July celebration on Sunday evening, July
Click here to view calendar.

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811 South Palm Avenue • Sarasota, Florida 34236 • Tel: 941.366.5731 • Fax: 941.366.9807

6. Quail Botanical Gardens
Quail botanical gardens is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered plants from across the globe. San Diego visitors and residents are invited to experience this spectacular collection of
Quail Botanical Gardens is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered plants from across the globe. San Diego visitors and residents are invited to experience this spectacular collection of flora. Tours, nature walks, lectures, landscape advice and instructional programs are offered to advance public awareness of plant diversity. Click here to enter

7. Site Moved
The gardens were opened in 1832, designed by J. C. Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens website has moved to
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8. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, And Botanical Gardens
All rights reserved. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and botanical gardens 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, CA 91108 626405-2100
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Sugaring Off:
The Maple Sugar Paintings of Eastman Johnson
May 8 through Aug. 1
Boone Gallery
Celebrations of rural New England life in the 19th century are captured in a series of paintings by the artist known in his day as "the American Rembrandt." More...
Coming soon: The Children's Garden
Opens June 19
The wonders of the natural world come alive for kids in the Helen and Peter Bing Children's Garden, opening this summer. More...
The Huntington Explorers July 26 through Aug. 13 The Huntington's popular summer day camp returns with three full weeks of activities for kids ages 5-12. More... Members' Summer Evenings June 13 and 27
July 10 and 24 August 6 and 20 Members can avoid the summer crowds and enjoy music, fine dining, and a garden stroll at sunset. More... Nine Famous Artists Your Children Will Love Meet author Michael Napoliello and learn how to make museum-going fun for the whole family. More...

9. Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Extensive gardens located on the shores of Lake Monona. Includes outside gardens and an indoor tropical conservatory.
Visitor Information Outdoor Gardens Bolz Conservatory Calendar of Events ... Press Room
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
3330 Atwood Avenue Madison, Wisconsin Olbrich will be closed June 26 to prepare for Rhapsody in Bloom Event Highlights: Benefit Gala
June 26 Blooming Butterflies
July 14 - August 15
Bolz Conservatory Closed July 12-13 Summer Concerts in the Gardens
Tuesdays at 7 p.m. starting May 25 Home Garden Tour: Gems of the East Side
July 16 and 17
Explore the mystery and beauty of nature at
Olbrich Botanical Gardens. Stroll through 16 acres of outdoor display gardens including Olbrich's award-winning Rose Garden and Thai Pavilion and Garden. Enjoy a tropical paradise year-round in Olbrich's Bolz Conservatory, a glass pyramid filled with exotic plants, bright flowers, a rushing waterfall, fragrant orchids and free-flying birds.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens is owned and operated by the City of Madison Parks Division in partnership with the non-profit Olbrich Botanical Society.
Contact us at: Olbrich Botanical Gardens 3330 Atwood Avenue, Madison, WI 53704. Phone: (608)246-4550. Fax: (608)246-4719.

10. Denver Botanic Gardens
plants from such faraway places as Australia, Africa and the Himalayas, Denver Botanic Gardens is recognized as one of the top five botanical gardens in the

11. Royal Botanical Gardens
Travel Trade/Groups New science publication Download a PDF of the revised Checklist of the spontaneous flora of Royal botanical gardens nature sanctuaries.

Japanese visitors

please visit our site.

Children's programs

Kathy Renwald

Kathy's weekly column from the Toronto Star and Hamilton Spectator.
Travel Trade/Groups

New s cience publication
Download a PDF of the revised
Checklist of the spontaneous flora of Royal Botanical Gardens' nature sanctuaries
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Conditions of use ... Privacy policies
Irises and peonies in bloom at Laking Garden Click for weekly bloom report Click for directions Tapas @ The Gardens Fridays at 5:30 p.m. starting June 4. Wind down at the end of the week with cocktails and authentic Spanish appetizers in an outdoor courtyard setting. Hamilton Philharmonic outdoor benefit concert Sunday, June 20; 6 to 8 p.m.;

12. National Botanical Institute, SA: Home Page
Homepage of Kirstenbosch and the other National botanical gardens of South Africa.
Custodians of the South African Flora
Welcome to the NBI site

What's on?

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Head Office

What's new?

SA wins 26th Gold at Chelsea

Red Data Lists and Permit Info
... For information on SA Plants Plants of the Week [About the NBI] [Contacting us] [Site Map]

13. Canadian Botanical Gardens
Provides links to sites.
Canadian Botanical Gardens

14. CBCN-RCCF Index
Conserve biological diversity through conservation programs for botanical gardens and arboreta. Provides information, resources and member list.
Canadian Botanical Conservation Network
Le Réseau canadien pour la conservation de la flore
ENGLISH FRANÇAIS Welcome to the CBCN Web Site. Please bookmark this page for future reference. Over the next weeks and months, our site will be undergoing a major revision. We hope you will find our new facilities interesting and helpful. Bienvenue au site Web de RCCF. Veuillez bookmark cette page pour la future référence. Au cours des semaines et des mois suivants, nous apporterons une amélioration importante à notre emplacement. Nous vous espérons trouverons nos nouveaux équipements intéressants et utiles. Malheureusement nous ne pouvons pas offrir tous nos pages en français. Canadian Botanical Conservation Network
Le Réseau Canadien pour la Conservation de la Flore

P.O. Box 399, Hamilton, Ontario L8N 3H8 Canada Contact us by email at:

15. Tucson Botanical Gardens, One Of Tucson's Treasures
Tucked within the heart of the city, Tucson botanical gardens (TBG) is a fiveacre collection of 15 specialty gardens including a historical garden, an herb
2150 North Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Phone: (520) 326-9686 Email:
Fax: (520) 324-0166
TTY/ASCII 800-367-8939
Tucked within the heart of the city, Tucson Botanical Gardens (TBG) is a five-acre collection of 15 specialty gardens including a historical garden, an herb garden, a butterfly garden, a cactus and succulent garden, and much more. Our collection consists of over 4,200 individual plants. We offer many design ideas appropriate to the scale of most residential gardens. Come visit our urban oasis and discover the variety of plants that thrive in southern Arizona. Each of our gardens unfolds like a series of discoveries. The Gardens are open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except New Year's Day, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas. General admission is $5 and admission for children 6-11 is $2.50*. Children 5 and under and TBG members are free. Tours, classes, group rates, and picnic area are available. Funding for TBG comes from the City of Tucson, Pima County, memberships, classes, admissions, contributions, grants, facility rentals, and special events. Volunteers assist the staff with almost every aspect of running the Gardens.

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International organization devoted to enhancing and understanding visitor experiences in museums, zoos, science centers, historic sites, aquariums, botanical gardens, nature centers and interpretive sites.
More and more people throughout the world are spending more and more of their leisure time in environments that not only provide recreation, but have the potential to inform, enlighten, and educate. Such environments include museums, art galleries, visitor centers, aquariums, botanical gardens science centers heritage sites, parks, zoos, and, other public-access recreational educational facilities. The Visitor Studies Association (VSA) is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to the proposition that these facilities, in addition to meeting their own organizational objective, should be effective meeting the expectations, needs, and interests of visitors. For more information contact VSA at:
8175-A Sheridan Blvd., Suite 362
Arvada, CO 80003-1928
303-467-0064 fax
Membership in VSA includes
  • researchers, educators, designers, practitioners, managers, and administrators for all the various types of facilities that serve visitors.
Check out what VSA has to offer!

17. Roger Williams Park Botanical Gardens
Public garden being developed to provide horticultural education to people of all ages and to be a year round visitor attraction. Information about plans, progress, and special events.

18. Overland Park Arboretum And Botanical Gardens
Overview, photo gallery, donation information, schedule and map.
Overland Park Arboretum
and Botanical Gardens
Arts and Recreation Foundation of Overland Park HOME
Botanical Gardens Environmental Education/Visitor's Center Ecosystems ... Arboretum Activities
Last updated 4 Growing Classes for Spring 2004

Final day to enter June 30th Purchase your New 2004 Arboretum Calendar Art In The Arboretum Luminary Walk Ecosystems ... Environmental Education/Visitor's Center THE OVERLAND PARK
Nestled among mature trees with paths to solitude, the 300 acre Arboretum and Botanical Gardens allows you to lose track of time and forget about the worries of the day.
The Arboretum, located less than a mile west of U.S. Highway 69 on 179th Street, exemplifies Overland Park's vision to remain in the forefront of environmental and ecological initiatives.
Goals to bring educational, recreational and cultural opportunities to the facility support that vision.
Nearly 85 percent of the property will be dedicated to the preservation and restoration of natural ecosystems.

19. Phipps Conservatory And Botanical Gardens
For horticulture, art, education and fun. Seasonal flower shows, educational classes, special exhibits and fun events.

20. Welcome To
Sells a range of tropical and exotic seeds. SEEDS - RHIZOMES - CORMS - CANE * SHIP ANYWHERE * PHOTOS OF ALL PLANTS
Ordering Instructions: Use plant number when ordering Shipping Cost: Payment: USA may pay with international money order or your check. Send all payments to : Arenal Botanical Gardens PO Box 1, Nuevo Arenal, Costa Rica (To print address label click here) (Print Order Form click here) All other countries pay with Bank of America check or request other payment method. Availability Confirmation: Please do not send funds until you confirm availability of seeds and rhizomes. (Please write Seed availability in email subject as we do not open any junk mail and may not see your order.) Email To: ALL PLANT STOCK COMES FROM
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