Botanic Gardens

Some articles on botanic gardens, garden:

List Of Herbaria - Australasia and Oceania
... Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of Victoria 1,200,000 MEL Australia South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of New South Wales 1,000,000 NSW Australia ... Kepong, Selangor Philippine National Herbarium 200,000 PNH Philippines Manila Singapore Botanic Gardens 650,000 SING Singapore Sarawak Herbarium 160,000 SAR Malaysia Kuching, Sarawak Forest Research ...
Simón De Roxas Clemente Y Rubio - Biography - Work Experience
... - Madrid, 1810), botanist and head of the Madrid Botanic Gardens Mariano Lagasca y Segura (Encinacorba, 1776 - Barcelona, 1839), with whom he co-published Introducción a la Criptogamia Española in 1802 ... nine volumes of plant-lore, which he donated to the Botanic Gardens on his return to Madrid ... work were deposited, unedited, in the Botanic Gardens in Madrid ...
Syzygium Moorei - Location
... This tree is in many botanic gardens in Australia ... and beautiful form make it a popular park and garden tree ... There is a superb specimen at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney ...
Margaret Flockton
... She started work at the National Herbarium of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney on 3 June 1901 at the rate of "2 shillings per hour" and was earning £330 per annum at her retirement ... There are some 1000 of her illustrations in The Botanic Gardens Trust Archive ... At that time Maiden was Director of the Botanic Gardens and Government Botanist, and was greatly impressed by the standard of her work, considering her "the ...
Sydney New Year's Eve 2007–08 - Broadcast - Presenters
... Faustina "Fuzzy" Agolley Dawes Point Host of Video Hits Wesley Denning Royal Botanic Gardens Totally Wild presenter Pip Russell Royal Botanic Gardens Toasted TV presenter Dan ... Rob Bell Royal Botanic Gardens Scope presenter ...

Famous quotes containing the word gardens:

    If I could put my woods in song,
    And tell what’s there enjoyed,
    All men would to my gardens throng,
    And leave the cities void.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)