|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.
Research in a broad range of subjects including ecology, field biology, conservation, and natural history. The hundreds of acres of land are also important as a refuge for native plants and animals. Herbarium specimens collected in New England, with an emphasis on Connecticut. New London, CT, USA.
The website of Britain's major botanic garden with numerous links and many hosted websites. Kew, London.
A resource for herbalists, medics, and botanists. Hypertext tour and partial catalogue. Seattle, WA, USA.
The garden is engaged in the struggle to save the tropical plant world, which is under threat from all sides. This work is carried out through active programs in collection, propagation, conservation, research and education. Hawaii.
Its mission is to foster an awareness and appreciation of the role of plants in nature and in human affairs. Arcadia, CA, USA.
A visionary project and botanical science showcase built for the Millennium and beyond. Science programme includes systematics, biodiversity and conservation, sustainability and economic botany. Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK.
Australian plants, databases on living plants, herbarium specimens and photographs. Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Canada's largest botanical garden incorporates untamed and cultivated landscapes. Burlington, Ontario, near Hamilton, located 45 minutes from Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Australia's second oldest botanical gardens features a native Tasmanian section, Botanical Discovery Centre, Botanical Shop and Sub-Antarctic Plant House. Hobart.