Over 7,000 species and varieties of different plants from around the world make up the university botanical garden in Givat Ram, Jerusalem. This is the largest botanical garden in Israel, covering 150 dunams. The collection of living plants in the garden is the largest in the Middle East.
Demonstrating, promoting and strengthening relationships between plants and people is a central task of a botanic garden in the 21st century. The vision of our Botanic Garden is to be a leading teaching and learning site for plant diversity in Switzerland and to make a socially relevant contribution to the topics of plants-environment-human-health.
At the CJBG, we cultivate plant diversity. A true museum, the Botanical Garden houses magnificent collections of living plants grown organically since 2015. It is the ideal place to relax, to walk and to discover our plant heritage.
Welcome to the website of the Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław! The Botanical Garden is an oasis of beauty and peace in the heart of Wrocław.
It is the second (after the Krakow Garden) oldest garden in Poland, entered on the list of monuments of the province. Dolnośląskie Voivodeship
and located within the boundaries of the historical center of Wrocław, which is subject to special protection.
We invite you to visit our Garden!
The Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, founded in 1783, is currently the oldest in Poland. For over two hundred years, it has played a major role in the development of science, education and culture as a place of research, artistic inspiration and a “living museum” of the world’s flora, visited by thousands of people every year.
A garden is so much more than a collection of plants, trees, lawns and paths. All sorts of things happen in, on and under these parts. The birds, insects and butterflies, small mammals above the ground, and below the surface a rich soil life, larger and smaller. We always try to find a balance between the interests of the collection and nature, to do justice to all these ‘inhabitants’ of our garden.
Welcome to one of the most popular sights in Uppsala, with a magnificent baroque garden, a 200 years old orangery and the only rainforest in Uppsala!
During the spring, lawns and fields are filled with flowering bulbs and sedges. Magnolias, cherries and tulips are blooming. The flowering then continues throughout the summer. Towards late summer, the kitchen plant country is at its most beautiful, and in autumn both native and exotic trees and shrubs offer a splendor of colour.
The Hortus botanicus Leiden is the oldest botanical garden in the Netherlands. Built in 1590 and expanded in the following centuries, the Hortus is the green heart of Leiden. Here Carolus Clusius grew the first large collections of tulips in Europe, and Philipp Franz von Siebold introduced about 700 hitherto unknown plants from Japan and China. Visitors can go here for a relaxing walk; researchers from all over the world come here to conduct research into the renowned collection of the Hortus.
The Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam is one of the oldest botanic gardens in the world. Today, there are more than 4,000 plant species growing in the garden and greenhouses. The Hortus is located in the Plantage district in the hectic center of Amsterdam. Behind the 300-year-old gates, however, the bustle of the city seems to disappear.
The outdoor garden, covering approximately four hectares, attracts the visitor to experience the world of plants. In summertime, perhaps the most attractive part of the grounds is the central garden, an open area with ponds and flowers, bordered by the glasshouses and rose bushes. A historic stone building envisioned as the king’s castle now houses a herbarium in the middle of the garden.
The Garden holds the largest collections of living plants in Denmark. The Herbarium houses the largest collection of preserved plants in Denmark. In addition it has a spirit collection, a wood collection, an economic botany collection and a seed bank.
Step inside and explore the magnificent 47 acre gardens, voted 3rd best garden in the World and only 35 minutes from Dublin. Marvel at the sublime blend of formal gardens, sweeping terraces, statues and ornamental lakes, secret hollows and rambling walks.