I also frequently observed in the lagoon near the Botanic Garden, where the water is only a little less salt than in the sea, a species of hydrophilus, very similar to a water-beetle common in the ditches of England: in the same lake the only shell belonged to a genus generally found in estuaries.
One day I went to the Botanic Garden, where many plants, well known for their great utility, might be seen growing.
From its appearance, he judged it to be one of those botanic gardens
which were of earlier date in Padua than elsewhere in Italy or in the world.
The oak tree at the National Botanic Garden
has been chosen by the public as Wales Tree of the Year for 2015.
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, Palos Verdes' lush 87-acre garden serving the community by providing a unique horticultural and wildlife habitat experience, announced today it has chosen full-service public relations agency Bob Gold & Associates to lead the publicity efforts for the arrival of the garden's newest inhabitants: a collection of amazing nature-themed sculptures which are part of Nature Connects, the art installation entirely constructed from nearly half a million toy LEGO bricks.
It was our great privilege to be at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
(FTG) Research Center during much of those 8 years, as colleagues of authors Don and Helen Correll--with Jan (Fig.
Sally Hedger and Blue Barnes Thomas from the National Botanic Garden
of Wales will answer your questions on vegetable, fruit and herb growing in Ask the Expert, the Daily Post's weekly webchat.
CELEBRATE St Andrew's Day with Royal Botanic Garden
Edinburgh and receive a free ticket on Glasshouse admission for every adult ticket purchased.
Newcastle University is not renewing its lease on the 90-year-old Moorbank botanic garden
on Claremont Road and will end the relationship at the end of this month.
Nature at its Best Exhibition, Dawyck Botanic Garden
THE likely loss of a city botanic garden
has been described as "devastating" by volunteers.