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Botanical Gardens of Europe

I got to visit three botanical gardens this summer when I was in Europe: Berlin Botanical Garden, Oxford University Botanical Garden, and Kew Gardens - the Royal Botanical Garden in London, UK. Great fun to see North American plant species in their collections. Kew had a black locust tree that had been planted in the 1700s along with a whole grove of redwoods and sequoias! Berlin Botanical Garden had a collection of Hydrocotyle bonariensis growing in one of their greenhouses! Berlin Botanical Garden: Kew Gardens in London: Giant black locust from the North America planted in Kew in the 1700s! Oxford University Botanical Garden:

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Jonathan P. Evans

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Plant Ecology & Conservation Lab

Department of Biology

University of the South

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Sewanee, TN 37383

Sewanee Herbarium

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