|Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
Mounts is Palm Beach County's oldest and largest public garden. Our gardens and programs provide the best horticultural and botanical information available related to South Florida's unique plants and environment.
An Illinois Botanic Museum. Gardens, plants, flowers, greenhouses, educational classes, plant information. Events, visitor and membership information. Chicago, IL, USA.
A 17 hectare garden close to the city center, with a diverse collection of plants. Cambridge, England.
Thirty-one-hectare gardens founded in the 17th century. Open to the public: a major tourist attraction. Edinburgh, Scotland.
History, activities, functions and opening hours of this garden. Bonn, Germany.
San Marino, California, USA. The gardens, on 150 acres, include 10 specialized gardens, several theme areas, and collections from other countries cultivated to share with others.
The garden includes 28 speciality gardens including the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Everett Children's Adventure Garden, and a 40-acre never been clear cut forest.
Horticultural and ecological education. The garden encourages responsible environmental stewardship, and provides a setting for enjoyment, relaxation and renewal for residents and visitors. Tucson, Arizona.
Created in 1754 by Archduchess (Empress) Maria Theresia of Austria the Garden was first used by the Medical Faculty of Vienna University. The Garden is a synthesis between a 19th century landscape garden and a display of plants in systematic and plant-geographical arrangement. Maps, staff lists, and historical information. Vienna, Austria.
Belizean species are presented in an educational setting, including special collections such as Heliconias, orchids, and palms. Goals are to recreate specific habitats such as Pine Ridge, Baldy Beacon, as well as a savannah, a rainforest, and a riverine eco-system. Education on the horticultural heritage of Belize, including sustainable agriculture. San Ignacio, Belize.