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World's Largest and Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens

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A botanical garden is a place where a large collection of different kinds of plants from flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, medicinal, and many others are cultivated for scientific, educational, and ornamental purposes. Majority of botanical garden have green houses, arboretum and a library.

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Royal Botanic Gradens, Kew Report Abuse
The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is the most famous botanic garden in the world and made significant contribution to botany and ecology. It is listed as one of the World Heritage by UNESCO.
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Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburg Report Abuse
Established during the 17th century as a physic garden, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburg has a rich living collection of plants and it is a world-renowned centre for plant science and education with four remarkable gardens-Benmore, Dawyck, Logan, and Rhododendron gardens.
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US Botanic Garden Conservatory Report Abuse
The US Botanic Garden is currently cultivating an approximately 26,000 plants used sed for exhibition, study, and exchange with other institutions. The Garden's noteworthy collections include economic plants, medicinal plants, orchids, cacti and succulents, bromeliads, cycads, and ferns. The staff maintains extensive computerized records of the plants in the Garden's collections. The conservatory different plants from roses to orchids, the rainforest to the U.S. Mid-Atlantic, from rare and endangered plants to the latest in home gardens, you will find a world of plants and environments in the conservatory's permanent exhibits.
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National Botanic Garden Belgium Report Abuse
It is one of the largest botanical gardens in the world with an extensive collection of living plants in addition to a herbarium of over 3 million specimens.It contains about 18,000 plant species—about 6% of all known plant species of the world.
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Byodoin, Kyoto Japan Report Abuse
It is one of the only 5 remaining land garden in Japan and it is enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage
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Jardin Botanique Montreal Report Abuse
offers 7,000 species or arboretum with an insectarium with 160,000 live preserve species
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I would say it is the most beautifull of the world and by far,because of the 4 seasons represented there.
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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden Report Abuse
Kirstenbosch lies on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain and covers 828 hectares and it is a living display of 4,700 of the estimated 20 000 species of indigenous South African flora, and close to 50 per cent of the Peninsula's floral wealth.
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Longwood gardens Brandywine pa Report Abuse
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Brooklyn Botanical Garden Report Abuse
Home to 12,000 plant species, in 2006 the botanic garden became famous for having the rarest, largest and stinkiest flowers that ever exist-the Sumatran Amorphophallus titanium or corpse flower.
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Claude Monet Gardens in Giverny Report Abuse
Inspired by Monet's fascination of the Japanese pastoral prints, the 2 1/2 acre garden is a living painting of Giverny with Nympheas filled pond and wisteria draped Japanese bridge.
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Victoria Botanical Garden-Seychelles Report Abuse
It is also called the Mont Fleuri Botanical Gardens Seychelles, was established in 1901 and it is considered a National Heritage covering 6 hectares and home to around 500 species of native and endemic plants which are of rich value in various fields like culinary, agriculture, timber etc.
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Royal Botanical Garden Sri Lanka Report Abuse
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The Bogor Islands Garden Indonesia Report Abuse
Home to about 15,000 species of plants and tress located among streams and lotus ponds.
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The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney Report Abuse
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Singapore Botanic Garden Report Abuse
it is home to more than 600 botanical specimens
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Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garde Report Abuse
The Botanical garden is one of the most beautiful and best preserved green areas in the city and home to a diversity of Brazilian and foreign flora. Home to around 6,500 species (some endangered).
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Generalife Gardens Spain Report Abuse
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World Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls Hawaii Report Abuse
exhibits the largest variety of plants (thousands of species) in the Island of Hawaii
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Andromeda Botanical Gardens St. Joseph Barbados Report Abuse
One of Carribean's best collections of imported tropical plants
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Devonian Botanical Garden Canada Report Abuse
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Hongkong Zoological and Botanical Garden Report Abuse
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Wuhan Botanical Garden Report Abuse
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