botanical garden

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a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition

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Richard Schomburgk, the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide s second director, undertook natural history, ethnographic (cultural), and geographic explorations of British Guyana with his brother Sir Robert Schomburgk prior to his appointment in Adelaide.
SUPPORTERS of plans for a national botanic garden for Wales can breathe again after they were told yesterday that they can still get Millennium Commission funding.
Durham County Council officer Peter Lee has helped organise the bid which has so far seen members of the Botanic Garden and university working alongside allotment holders, the St Oswald's Churchyard Group and residents of Oswald Court sheltered housing.
Exploring Liverpool's extraordinary botanic history, Bradley's exhibition The Botanic Garden, will be the culmination of the Fragrant project, an artistic highlight of the Capital of Culture 2008 diary.
30pm in the Main Arts Lecture Theatre, College Road, Bangor University on Monday March 3 - it is a free, public lecture organised by the Friends of Treborth Botanic Garden and the local branch of the Alpine Garden Society.
Photo: (color) Bill Griffiths looks for ripe fruit at the Conejo Val ley Botanic Gardens, where he can be found seven days a week.
Brian Vogt, CEO of Denver Botanic Gardens, says, "The Gardens is incredibly fortunate to have formed a partnership with 3t Systems.
In Denver, vibrant sculptures will be displayed throughout the Botanic Gardens, responding to unique plant and architectural settings.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Wakehurst Place are seeking a cleaning services provider who will act as a single point of responsibility for the delivery of cleaning and housekeeping services across its diverse estates.
Royal Mail worked closely with experts from conservation groups, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Natural History Museum to select the 10 endangered plants.
Having been quite vocal on the need to restore the Botanic Gardens on Edge Lane, I am absolutely disgusted with ourcouncil's continued infatuation with improving the already affluent areas of our city, while our most deprived communities suffer from a severe lack of investment in our public spaces.
One of Britain's oldest botanic gardens has declared war on the invading American grey squirrel by banning the sale of peanuts.
Once off the boat, I made my way to the Royal Botanic Gardens on Mrs.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, one of the world's premier botanic gardens and Miami-Dade County's oldest cultural institution, announces an outdoor sculpture exhibition headlined by world renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly, who will make an unprecedented return to Fairchild with a new and expanded installation of his colorful blown glass art.
With over 22 million people we might not have the largest population in the world, but Australia is ranked fifth on this planet for its plant megabiodiversity," said Dr Brett Summerell, A/Executive Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust.