Albuquerque Biological Park - Only a stone's
throw from the legendary Rio Grande and its cottonwood bosque
(woods), The Albuquerque Biological Park invites you to explore
the mystery and diversity of living organisms 362 days a year.
All of nature, all in one place. Core facilities include: Albuquerque
Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Rio Grande Zoo and the Tingley
Aquatic Park. There are still no pictures but the hours and facilities
available are listed. There is a new Butterfly exhibit coming
up. If you are in the area, this is a must see!
Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum - a world- renowned
zoo, natural history museum and botanical gardens, so far I haven't
found any pictures on the WWW for this fascinating place. It is
definitely worth a visit!
Australian National Botanic Gardens - Information
on the Botanic Gardens, Australian plants, and access to databases
on living plants, herbarium specimens and photographs.
and Home - Walter Bellingrath secured the Rights to the Coca-Cola
Company in 1930. Is major gift to the Mobile area was to create
one of America's most beautiful gardens. During the depression
he opened his gardens to the public to help cheer morale. A stunning
display of azaleas, camellias, Cherokee roses and hundreds of
other flowering plants.
Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum - American
Southwest's oldest and most spectacularly situated arboretum and
botanical garden. Located near Superior, Arizona, just outside
the metropolitan Phoenix area.
Garden of thr University of Vienna - Created in 1754 by Archduchess
(Empress) Maria Theresia of Austria the Garden was first used
by the Medical Faculty. of Vienna University. This site is written
in German but they have some fantastic pictures of a cactus garden.
Gardens - Canada - Fifty acres of floral finery offering spectacular
views as you stroll along meandering paths and expansive lawns.
In 1904, the concept of The Butchart Gardens began with an effort
to beautify a worked-out quarry site on the 130-acre estate of
Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Butchart, pioneers in the manufacture of Portland
Cement in Canada. Their endeavour became a family commitment to
horticulture and hospitality spanning more than 90 years and delighting
visitors from all over the world.
The Dallas Arboretum - With seasonal flower
displays throughout the year, The Dallas Arboretum ranks as one
of the top horticultural display gardens in the country, especially
in its variety of dedicated gardens.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden's - "Where Nature and Horticulture Blend into One" - Belmont, North Carolina
Devonian Botanic Garden Home Page - Located at the University of Alberta - features traditional Japanese gardens, tropical butterfly house, collection of alpine plants, rolling pines and large ponds
The Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center - The
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (formerly the National Wildflower
Research Center), was founded in 1982 to educate people about
the environmental necessity, economic value, and natural beauty
of native plants. The Wildflower Center is a non-profit educational
organization headquartered in Austin, Texas, with links to native
plant societies and environmental organizations across the country
and around the world.
Missouri Botanical Garden - The Missouri Botanical
Garden is home to over 30 different gardens, the ClimatronÆ,
a world famous Botanical Research Center, an active Education
Division, and much more. Shaw Arboretum of the Missouri Botanical
Garden is located approximately 35 miles west of St. Louis and
encompasses 2,500 acres of natural Ozark landscape and managed
Moody Gardens - Galveston, Texas - Aquarium
Pyramid: Opening Summer 1999 - Now you can enjoy the beauty of
Earth and the wonders of space inside the Rainforest and Discovery
Pyramids. But your marvelous odyssey will not be complete until
you experience the sensational Aquarium Pyramid.
Minter Gardens - Centuries ago, a massive mountain
slide suddenly swept over the fertile lands of the eastern Fraser
Valley. This rock fall pushed north across the Fraser River and
ended its westerly flow at the area which is now MINTER GARDENS.
The unique land formations which were created left an area unsuitable
for crop farming, but early settlers found it ideal for raising
cattle and other animals. Tall native specimen trees added to
the charm of the location and thousands of wild Geraniums, Columbine,
Roses and Bleeding Hearts added a finishing touch to this magnificent
setting. Don't miss their virtual tour.
National Tropical Botanical Garden - The National
Tropical Botanical Garden is dedicated to the conservation of
tropical plant diversity, particularly rare and endangered species.
Medicine, food, shelter - the potential uses of many plant species
are not known. Yet they are becoming extinct at an alarming rate.
Located in the only tropical and sub-tropical regions in the United
States, the gardens and preserves of the NTBG are "Noah's
Arks" for this threatened plant life. NTBG's work in plant
exploration, propagation, research, and education is all supported
by contributions from people like you.
San Antonio Botanical Gardens - San Antonio
Botanical Gardens features native plants, indoor collections with
exotic New World Floral as well as other interesting tropical
plants - a map helps you easily navigate these beautiful web pages
Shofuso: The Pine Breee Villa - located on
the grounds of the Horticultural Center in the West Philadelphia
section of Fairmont park - traditional Japanese house and gardens
from the 16th and 17th century, very interesting and unusual
Tuscon Botanical Gardens - a beautifully designed
web page for a beautifully designed botanical garden.
University of Delaware Botanical Gardens -
Welcome to the on-line tour of the University of Delaware Botanic