|Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
Diverse collections are grown on a hilly site overlooking the Berkeley campus, near the San Francisco Bay.
Personal reviews of botanical gardens, with links.
History, membership information, calendar of events, information about activities and educational programs, and volunteer opportunities. Lubbock, Texas, USA.
Arboretum of Steven F. Austin University, Texas. Information on the conservation, evaluation, and use of the native plants of the state.
The purposes of Cornell Plantations are: To hold, manage, protect, and enhance the living botanical collections and the natural areas and gorges of Cornell for the benefit and use of the university community and the public.
Provides a community and national resource for horticultural and environmental information, research and public education. Develops and evaluates plants and horticultural practices for cold climates.
Located on a 79 acre site in St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden is world-renowned for its fundamental botanical research, horticultural display and education programs.
Extensive collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees and vines. Miami, Florida, USA.
A research and educational institution. It manages a collection of hardy trees, shrubs, and vines located on 265 acres and associated herbarium and library collections. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
The Garden features spectacular coastline, waterfalls in a deep palm jungle, sunny areas filled with tropical flowers. It presents a very wide variety of tropical rainforest habitats within a relatively small area that is easily accessible by gravel paths.