The Botanical Backyard Of The College Of Latvia

Botanical GardensOccupying 20 acres, the Gardens had been created in 1765 by General Robert Melville, governor of the British Caribbean islands, as a plant breeding centre and ‘to offer medicinal crops for the navy and enhance the life and financial system of the colony’. The 450 m² greenhouse complex boasts countless … Read the rest

10 Great Botanical Gardens Round The World

Botanical GardensThe Palm Home is house to a collection of agricultural crops often cultivated in humid tropical areas (bananas, pineapple, sugar cane, espresso). The garden has examples of a buttercup that grows wild only on Svalbard and is one of the rarest crops in Europe. Of their childhood, botanical gardens had … Read the rest