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Botanical Gardens

  • Australian National Botanic Gardens -- ANBG maintains scientific collection of Australian native plants. Located in Canberra.
  • Desert Botanical Garden -- Botanical garden located in Phoenix, Arizona focusing on desert plants and habitats.
  • Kew -- Royal Botanic Gardens in London, England. Leader in plant conservation and home of the Millennium Seed Bank.
  • Missouri Botanical Garden -- The Missouri Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in continuous operation in the United States. 
  • New York Botanical Garden -- Website of NYBG, located in Bronx, New York. The NYBG is actively involved in plant research and conservation.
  • San Diego Botanic Garden -- The SDBG features plants from all over the world and is home to the world's largest bamboo collection. Formerly known as Quail Botanical Gardens.

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