- Recreating Eden: A Natural History of Botanical Gardens
Recreating Eden: A Natural History of Botanical Gardens, a book by Mary Soderstrom, takes garden lovers on a tour of nine of the most beautiful and interesting gardens in the world. It is also a lively history of the idea of the botanical garden and its origins.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
The oldest botanic garden in Texas, a 109-acre living museum displaying over 2,500 species of native and exotic plants. Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
Niagara Under Glass
Discovery Centre education programmes and visitor information. Vineland, Ontario, Canada.
Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
Calendar of events, photos, and information about using the facility for weddings. Dubuque, Iowa, USA.
World of Plants at Enid A. Haupt Conservatory
The 19th-century building was completely reconstructed in the 1990s. Eleven exhibition galleries provide a journey around the world, with encyclopedic collections of tropical, subtropical, and desert plants. Exhibitions also include stunning collections of palms, ferns, cycads, and aloes. Featuring more than 3,000 specimens, World of Plants is displayed in biomes re-creating natural habitats that present a strong and coherent storyline. Located at the New York Botanical Garden.
Bamboo Arboretum of Lériet
With 50 species. Virtual tour, catalogue and visitor information. Near Toulouse, France.
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Preserve with nature areas and trails. Includes maps, information about the collections, calendar of events, membership information, and volunteer opportunities. Athens, Georgia, USA.