|Botanical Gardens and Arboreta
Calendar of events, information about programs, and collections policy. Vail, Colorado, USA.
Offers garden directory, hours and admissions, exhibits and tours, botanical information and growing guide, and special events. Denver, Colorado, USA.
A classic regional display garden, comprised entirely of plants, flowers and trees that grow in the dry Colorado climate. Offers numerous classes, workshops, field trips and tours for all ages, year round. Littleton, Colorado, USA.
Contains thousands of plants, including several champion trees, and features a pond, swamp, and stream. North Stamford, Connecticut, USA.
Information on their role in the marketing and promotion of horticulture and landscape architecture in Oklahoma.
Teaching, research, and public education institution affiliated with Montreal's McGill University.
A 16-acre public garden above Okanagan Lake with irrigated and xeriscaped areas, collections of penstemons, irises, roses, and a museum of antique scientific equipment. Summerland, British Columbia, Canada.
The Association's mission is to assist Baltimore City in preserving Cylburn's grounds and buildings through horticultural and educational programs. Cylburn Arboretum is the city's horticultural headquarters. Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Established in 1971 as a teaching garden for the University of Papua New Guinea Biology Department. Contains a large area of rainforest, an unusual sight for normally dry and dusty Port Moresby. Collections include many palm species, bamboos, heliconias, cordyline, pandanus, native trees and shrubs. Well known for its extensive collection of Papua New Guinea orchid species. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Magical spring and gardens with holy thorn trees, said to have sprouted from Joseph of Arimathea's staff. Wide herbaceous borders either side of the path are a riot of colour and perfume in Summer, views across the Vale of Avalon. Beneath Glastonbury Tor, Somerset, England.