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Bambouseraie de Prafrance
455

Contains one of Europe's oldest bamboo collections with bamboo species and cultivars, as well as other plantings of Asiatic shrubs and trees
Botanical84Europe/France
-/Gard - Anduze, Languedoc-Roussillon
Barbra Streisand Malibu Estate Home & garden
1001

Lush vegetation,streams & bridges
Estate22.5North America/USA
California/Malibu
Barnsdale Garden
314

Made famous by Geoff Hamilton through the BBC television series Gardeners' World, contains Britains largest collection of individually designed gardens
Gardens8Europe/England
-/Rutland:
Barossa Bushgardens
1790

A unique communityproject which grows local native species as a seedbank for future generations.seedbank for future generations.
Gardens16Pacifica/Australia
South Australia/Angaston
Barred Owl Bend
1437

Contain over 5,000 plants with extensive collections
Botanical5.4North America/USA
North Carolina/Pittsboro
Barrington Court
317

A series of walled rooms that include a white garden, a rose and iris garden and a lily garden, for which garden designer Gertrude Jekyll provided planting plans
Estate gardens-Europe/England
-/Somerset: Barrington
Bartlett Arboretum
1231

The Arboretum contains massive cypress, oaks and champion Japanese maples
Arboretum20North America/USA
Kansas/Belle Plaine
Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens
1051

Parkland, gardens, and landscapes that focus on the regional plants
Arboretum91North America/USA
Connecticutt/Stamford
Bartram's Garden
1531

The oldest surviving botanic garden in North America, including an historic botanical garden and arboretum (8 acres, established circa 1728)
Botanical46North America/USA
Pennsylvania/Philadelphia
Bateman's
246

Rudyard Kipling's 17th century home and casual gardens
Estate-Europe/England
-/East Sussex
Bath Botanical Gardens
134

The second botanical gardens to be developed in the western hemisphere (the oldest is in St. Vincent), still has breadfruit trees imported by Capt Bligh of the HMS Bounty fame
Botancial2.47Carribbean/West Atlantic/Jamaica
-/St. Thomas
Batsford Arboretum
252

The arboretum sits on the Cotswold scarp and contains around 2,900 trees, with a large collection of Japanese maples, magnolias and pines.
Arboretum55Europe/England
-/Gloucestershire:
Batumi Botanical Garden
607

Consists of nine floristic sectors, those of Caucasian humid subtropics, East Asia, New Zealand, South America, the Himalayas, Mexico, Australia, and of the Mediterranean
Botanical274.17Europe/Georgia
-/Batumi
Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park
1403

The extensive landscape garden is in the nature of an estate arboretum
Arboretum?North America/USA
New York/Great River
Beaumont Botanical Gardens
1640

Contain the Binks Horticultural Center; a 10,000- sf conservatory which features tropical plants from around the world, a waterfall, a Koi fish pool and theme gardens
Botanical23.5North America/USA
Texas/Beaumont
Bedgebury National Pinetu
272

Contains over 10,000 trees growing across 320 acres, including rare, endangered and historically important specimens
Arboretum320Europe/England
-/Kent: Bedgebury
Bedrock Gardens
1351

Contain one thousand different plant species, many in perennial beds, arranged by texture, color, and size. Other collections are the dwarf conifer collection,and rock garden
Gardens20North America/USA
New Hampshire/Lee
Beekman Native Plant Arboretum
1496

The Beekman Native Plant Arboretum is a three-acre (12,000 m²) arboretum in Jackson County, Oregon, United States, that features trees, shrubs and herbs from eight zones of the Siskiyou and Cascade mountains in Southern Oregon. It is located behind the Beekman Museum House, at 352 East California Street in Jacksonville. The Arboretum contains more than 175 species from the high deserts of Eastern Oregon, high-altitude subalpine slopes around Crater Lake, and serpentine soils of the Siskiyou Mountains. It features species from the chaparral, low-elevation forest and riparian zones, including grassland plants, lodgepole pine and sagebrush, buckwheat, penstemon and balsam root, and a bog with skunk cabbage and wild ginger. Most plants are labeled with name and habitat. Two footbridges cross a seasonal stream. The arboretum was designed by Alan Horobin, in collaboration with the Jacksonville Woodlands Association, organized in 1989 to preserve the woodlands behind the 1875 Cornelius C. Beekman house. In March, 2000, John and Joyce Jackson, of Kingwood, Texas, concluded their nationwide project to plant trees in each state at a location containing the name of Jackson by planting five trees at the arboretum. The occasion of planting in their 50th state was marked with a ceremony hosted by the chamber of commerce and attended by many in the community.
Arboretum3North America/USA
Oregon/Jacksonville
Beihai Park
23

Within the Forbidden City, it among the largest gardens in China and contains numerous historically important structures, palaces and temples
Garden170.43Asia/China
-/Beijing
Beijing Botanical Garden
22

Gardens cultivate 6,000 species of plants, 2,000 kinds of trees and bushes, 1,620 var. tropical and subtropical plants, 500 species of flowers and water plants
Botanical988Asia/China
-/Beijing
Belfast Botanic Gardens
850

Contains The Palm House, a glass house palms and tropical palnt species, a herbaceous border, rose garden and various species of trees
Park28Europe/Northern Ireland
-/Belfast
Belize Botanic Gardens
127

The main focus of BBG is encouraging sustainable agriculture, maintaining conservation collections and engaging in conservation education
Gardens45Carribbean/West Atlantic/Belize
-/Cayo
Belle Isle Park/ Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory
1298

The nation's oldest conservatory, contains formal perennial gardens, annual flower beds, a rose garden, and lily pond garden
Conservatory982North America/USA
Michigan/Detroit River
Belle Meade Plantation
1610

A historic plantation mansion whose grounds now function as a museum
Gardens250North America/USA
Tennessee/Belle Meade
Bellevue Botanical Garden
1681

Includes display gardens, woodlands, meadows and wetlands. Specific collections include: an alpine rock, dahlia, fuchsia garden and ground cover gardens
Botanical36North America/USA
Washington/Bellevue
Bellingrath Gardens
951

Estate gardens
Estate65North America/USA
Alabama/Theodore
Belsay Hall
307

The huge grounds, packed with an impressive array of shrubs and flowers. The unique Quarry Garden is a fantasy of ravines, pinnacles and exotic plants
Estate gardens-Europe/England
-/Northumberland: Belsay
Benalla Botanical Gardens
1800

Rose collection of modern varieties, including Australian roses, seldom found in public gardens, extensive lawns, a double row of elm and place trees and pathways
Botanical13Pacifica/Australia
Victoria/Benalla
Bendigo Botanic Gardens
1801

A master plan recommends a restoration of the existing heritage gardens to the original layout along with the inclusion of new garden beds featuring heritage plants
Botanical49Pacifica/Australia
Victoria/Bendigo
Benington Lordship Gardens
267

Contains a haven for wildlife with snowdrops, scillas & daffodils in season, a herbaceous border, Victorian folly, kitchen garden, sculptures,carp pond and more
Estate gardens7Europe/England
-/Hertfordshire: Stevenage
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