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Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses, UK
- The gardens were opened in 1832, designed by J. C. Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher
Borde Hill - Garden & Plants
- Traditional country estate in the area of outstanding natural beauty lying between the town of Haywards Heath and the village of Cuckfield in mid Sussex.
- Forty acres (16 hectares) close to the city centre containing a large collection of plants of international importance.
Chelsea Physic Garden
- Founded in 1673 by the Society of Apothecaries; one of Europe's oldest botanic gardens.
Durham University Botanic Garden
- Extensive information about both plants and art in the garden, a tour and a virtual plant gallery.
- Two giant conservatories are being constructed to nurture plants from the steamy rainforests and from the warm temperate regions of the world. These covered biomes will create a backdrop to the roofless biome.
Harris Garden, University of Reading
- Botanic garden with adjacent experimental grounds established in 1972 on 12-acre (5 ha.) site.
Moor Bank Garden
- Part of the Town Moor, a large working farm surrounded by the city maintained by the University of Newcastle.
National Botanic Garden of Wales
- A visionary project and botanical science showcase built for the Millennium and beyond.
Ness Botanic Gardens
- Established in 1898 by cotton merchant Arthur Kilpin Bulley, now part of the University of Liverpool.
Paignton Zoo Environmental Park
- Registered education and scientific charity dedicated to conserving global wildlife heritage.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
- The Kew Gardens website, with numerous links and many hosted websites.
The Cruickshank Botanic Garden
- Located in a low-lying and fairly sheltered area of Aberdeen, less than a mile from the North Sea, this 11-acre garden is partly owned and financed by the University of Aberdeen and partly by the Cruickshank Botanic Gardens Trust.
The Royal Botanic Garden
- Thirty-one-hectare gardens founded in the 17th century. Open to the public: a major tourist attraction.
Tropical Glasshouse, University of Wales Aberystwyth Botany Gardens
- Collection of exotic ferns, cycads and angiosperms.
Ventnor Botanic Gardens
- Displays a wide variety of temperate, sub-tropical and exotic plants, shrubs and trees from around the world.
- This West Sussex garden is an outpost of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Winterbourne Botanic Gardens
- Maintained by Birmingham University School of Continuing Studies.
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