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botanical garden

or botanic garden
n.
A place where plants are cultivated for scientific, educational, and ornamental purposes, often including a library, a herbarium, and greenhouses; an arboretum.

botanic garden

n
(Botany) a place in which plants are grown, studied, and exhibited
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After spending a week in Cape Town, finding that they overcharged me at the hotel, and having seen everything there was to see, including the botanical gardens, which seem to me likely to confer a great benefit on the country, and the new Houses of Parliament, which I expect will do nothing of the sort, I determined to go back to Natal by the /Dunkeld/, then lying at the docks waiting for the /Edinburgh Castle/ due in from England.
But in vain did he search the whole room, open and shut all the drawers, even that privileged one where the parcel which had been so fatal to Cornelius had been deposited; he found ticketed, as in a botanical garden, the "Jane," the "John de Witt," the hazel-nut, and the roasted-coffee coloured tulip; but of the black tulip, or rather the seedling bulbs within which it was still sleeping, not a trace was found.
According to its website, the Botanical Gardens Fata Morgana Greenhouse has Philippine plants as part of the permanent collection of tropical plants.
A National Historic Landmark, the Garden's 250-acre site is one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world and the largest in any city in the United States, distinguished by the beauty of its diverse landscape and extensive collections and gardens, as well as by the scope and excellence of its programs in horticulture, education, and plant research and conservation.
It will be one of the biggest Botanical Gardens of the country' he added.
We moved from medicinal, to colonial and now to specialist or, better known as, botanical gardens.
Omar and Stephen, from Ninestiles School, in Acocks Green, which |held its prom at the Botanical Gardens, in Edgbaston
TOSCA Birmingham Botanical Gardens, 9844 8700887, Thursday OPERA fans don't have to travel to Covent Garden to see the Royal Opera House's production of Puccini's classic, as it is being beamed on to a giant screen at the Botanical Gardens.
Unlike Western countries, many in this region do not have a concept of botanical gardens, al-Khulaifi said.
We tend to look at botanical gardens as science for research but it is important for us to look at tourism as a means to an end, to protect Mother Nature.
Well, plan a visit to one of New York City's botanical gardens and you'll be transported into the jungles of the Amazon or Southeast Asia.
The Southern Virginia Botanical Gardens and Environmental Education Center was developed by a group of Southside Virginia Master Gardeners.