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The Botanical Garden of the University of Vienna
A - 1030 Vienn, Mechelgasse
Has during the summertime a nice succulent group in the open - cacti, euphorbias, aeoniums,
mesembs and some other succulents open to the public
The Reserve Gardens of Schoenbrunn Castle (Vienna)
Has a great collection of succulents (and orchids) which is not open to the public but with special
arrangements succulentophiles can gain access.
They have there the oldest recorded caudiciform succulent from Africa which was imported during the
reign of Empress Maria Theresia (ca 1760) which is still in good health.
Mail Manfred Schumacker firstname.lastname@example.org for
Adelaide Botanical Gardens
Address: North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia
Telephone: (02) 9231 8111
Open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm
Collection covers 1/4 acre
Address: Collectors Corner Garden World
810 Springvale Road, Keysborough, Victoria 3173
Telephone: 61 39 7985845
Fax: 61 39 7063339
Operated byTom Kapitany and his two bothers
The largest collection of Cacti and succulents in Australia .
Most of this collection is open to the public seven days a week free of charge.
It is housed in our retail nursrey called Collecters corner.
The display is extensively landscaped under cover with numerous mature
Echinocactus, Pachypodiums, Aloe polyphyllas, Carnigias, Asclepiads
Cyads etc. Also has a giant landscaped 20 ft high bromeliad garden
a extensive bonsai collection, and numerous orchids permenently displayed.
An extensive sales area and also sells fossils, crystals and meteorites.
Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens (and Plantarium)
Address: Brisbane, QL, Australia.
Opening Hours: 7.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m
Comments: Large collection of Australian native plants, tropical plants, an
arid-zone and a superb tropical plant display dome (open 9.30 a.m. to 4.30
p.m.) in which tropical plants grow all year round.
Address: Hillcrest, St Joseph s Parish
Opening Hours: Open daily 9-5 except public holidays
Admission charge: 10 Barbados dollars (adults); children half-price.
Comments: Andromeda Gardens is perhaps the most celebrated and spectacular garden in
the West Indies. Established in 1954 by the late Mrs Iris Bannochie, it
passed to the Barbados National Trust on Mrs Bannochie s death and
continues to be well-maintained. Not a succulent collection as such, but a
good many cacti & succulents native to the Caribbean and some from further afield can be
seen amidst an astonishing exuberance of tropical flora).
Additionally, Barbados has a fairly active Cactus & Succulent society;
any cacti & succulent enthusiast planning a visit to Little England should write to:
Mrs Jacqueline Hutchinson, 23 South Ridge, Christ Church, Barbados, W.I.
Cactus Greenhouse - Open (free) Sunday mornings 11.00-1200.
Bermuda Botanical Gardens
Address: Hamilton, Bermuda
Opening Hours: 7.30 - 4.00 (Mon-Fri);10.00 - 3.00 (Sat.& Sun.)
Contact: Laura Cox email@example.com
Brief description: There are five main slat houses in the entire gardens,
of which two are dedicated to the outragiously fleshy types of plants. The
cacti are in the lower house and succulents up above. There are aprox. 1000
cacti, and not quite as many succulents. In addition to the
"soldiers in pots", we have an ongoing experiment in the outside cactus and
Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden & Prehistoric Park
Address: PO Box 3036, Station B Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2M 4R8
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 4.30pm winter, 9.00am - 8.30pm summer
Address: 4101 Sherbrooke Street, East Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H1X - 2B2
Telephone: 514 252 1171
Opening Hours: Daily 9.00am - sunset
Allan Gardens, Toronto
Named after a local politician george allan in 1858. King Edward VII opened
the open park in 1860. In 1864, the city of Toronto purchased all of the
lands around the open gardens and released them to the Horticultural
society on the condition that entire grounds be free to the public. (to
this day, the entire park is free and open!).
After several fires and other disasters, the existing gardens were built in
1909. there are now three greenhouses, with the first, the palm house)
being built in 1909. they now encompass over 16,000 square feet.
Grreenhouse No.1 (shared by cacti and tropicals) is titled the arid house, and is
home to a large display of unusual cacti and succulants. these include huge
collections of agave, opuntia, haworthia and aloe.
Allan gardens is located on the south side of Carlton Street between Jarvis and Sherbourne in
metropolitan Toronto. It is open 9-4 monday-friday amd 10-5 saturday and sunday.
You can call the city of toronto department of parks and recreation information line at
Nacional Jardin Botanico of Cuba
Carretera del Rocio km 3.5 CALABAZAR. Calabazar is a suburb of La Habana city, at about 10 kms from the Downtown area.
A section is devoted to cacti and succulents as well as a greenhouse with endemic cacti of Cuba: Leptocereus, Melocacti,
Dendrocereus and several hundred of other succulents from Africa and Madagascar.
Guides: english and french speaking
Copenhagen Botanical Gardens
Address: Botanisk Have, Gothersgade 128, Denmark
Telephone: +45 35 32 22 40
Opening Hours: Cacti and Succulent greenhouse: 1pm - 3pm Saturday and Sunday only.
For extensive information on French Gardens see Le Cactus Francophone
Address: 62, boulevard du Jardin Exotique, BP 105, MC 98002, Monaco Cedex, Monaco
Telephone: (33) 93 30 33 65
Opening Hours: May 15 - September 15 9.00 am - 7.00pm, Other days 9.00am - 6.00pm or dusk, closed November 19th and December 25th
Charges: 35 FFr The entrance ticket includes the visit of the Exotic Garden, the Observatory Grotto and the Museum of Prehistoric History.
Area: 55,000 meter square
Ornithological and botanical garden in the south of France that displays an Agave (100 taxa), Yucca (35 taxa), Cacti (Echinopsis and Ferocactus) collections on a 6000m2 of rock garden
Arzneipflanzengarten des Instituts für Pharmazetische Biologie der TU Braunschweig
Address: Humboldstr. 1, D-38106 Braunschweig, Germany
Telephone: 0531 391 58 88
Greenhouse Opening Hours: 1.00pm - 5.00pm, wednesdays - 4.00pm
Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem
Address: Knigin-Luise-Str. 6, 14195 Berlin
Botanischer Garten der Martin-Luther-Universität
Address: Am Kirchtor 3, D-06108 Halle, Germany
Telephone: 0345 83 24 47
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 2.00pm - 6.00pm, Weekends 10.00am - 6.00pm, closed wednesdays
Charges: DM 1.00, Children DM 0.50
Botanischer Garten der TU Dresden
Address: Stübelallee 2, D-01307, Dresden, Gemany
Telephone: 00351 459 31 85
Greenhouse Opening Hours: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Botanischer Garten der Universität Leipzig
Address: Linnéstr.1, D-04103 Leipzig, Germany
Telephone: 0341 6 85 82 85
Greenhouse Opening Hours: April - Sept 9.00am - 6.00pm, wednesdays 1.00pm - 6.00pm
Oct - Mar 9.00am - 4.00pm, wednesdays 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Address: Külshammerweg 32, D-45133, Essen, Germany
Telephone: 0201 88 85 07
Greenhouse Opening Hours: 9.00am - 7.30pm, wednesdays 9.00am - 5.30pm
Heidelburg Botanic Gardens
Address: Postfach 105760, D-69047 Heidelberg, Germany
Telephone: 06221 654655
Opening Hours: 9.00 - 12.00am, 1.00 - 4.00pm Mo - Do
Institut für Allg. Botanik und Botanischer Garten
Address: Hesten 10, D-22609 Hamburg
Telephone: 040-82 28 24 70
Greenhouse Opening Hours: Summer 9.00am - 4.45pm, Winter 9.00am - 3.45pm
Palmengarten der Stadt Frankfurt
Address: Siesmayerstr. 61, D-60323 Frankfurt, Germany
Open: 9.00am - 6.00pm daily, April - September, 9.00am - 4.00pm other months.
(Greenhouses March - Oct 9.00am - 5.00pm, Nov - Feb 9.00am - 6.00pm
Charges: 7,- DM
Large and impressive collection of cacti and other succulents. Really worth visiting!
Address: UniversitдtsstraЯe 150, D-44780 Bochum
Tel: 0234 - 32 - 23098
Fax: 0234 - 32 - 14423
E-mail: (Office) Karin.Holtgreve@ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Responsible for succulent plants: Ulrich Katz, KaktusKatz@aol.com
Apr - Sep 9.00am - 6.00pm
Oct - Mar 9.00am - 4.00pm
Apr - Sep mondays - wednsdays 0.30pm - 2.00pm, fridays 0.00pm - 1.00pm, saturdays, sundays and holidays 10.00am - 12.00am and 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Okt - Mar mondays - wednsdays 0.30pm - 2.00pm, fridays 0.00pm - 1.00pm, saturdays, sundays and holidays 10.00am - 12.00am and 2.00pm - 3.45pm
Tropical House, Savanna House, Greenhouses and Information Centre (daily):
Apr - September 9.00am - 12.00am and 1.00pm - 5.00pm
October - March 9.00am - 12.00am and 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Chinese Garden (daily):
April - September 9.00am - 6.00pm
October - March 9.00am - 4.00pm
Gibralter Botanical Garden
Address: 'The Acmeda', Red Sands Road, PO Box 843, Gibralter
Contact: Mr Brian M Lamb
Address: Vrije Universiteit, Van der Boechorststraat 8, 1081 BT Amsterdam, Holland
Telephone: 020 444 93 90
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Comments: Recently acquired collection of Cacti and Succulents.
Has plants and possibly seeds for sale.
Has also a lot of other plants in the collection, such as ferns, orchids, alpines.
Hortus Botanicus Plantage
Address: Plantage, Middenlaan 2a, Amsterdam, Holland
Telephone: 020-625841 and 020-6059021
Open Hours: monday/friday 09.00am - 4.00pm
saturday, sonday 11.00am - 4.00pm
Charges: 5 Guilders
Comments: The oldest in Amsterdam, has a new succulents glashouse
Address: Kerklaan 34, Haren, (somewhat south of Groningen), Holland
Telephone: 050-3632010 and 050-5370053
Charges: 12.50 Guilders
Opening Hours: All days 9.00am till 5.00pm
Comments: has a small succulent collection but nice
Ootacamund Botanical Gardens
Nilgiri Mountains, South India
Cactus and Succulent Garden of Dr J.S.Sakaria
Address: Sector 5, Panchkula, Haryana, India.
Opening Hours: Each day until 18.00 hours
Comments: Nominal entry fee and plants for sale
The collection has about 2500 species, including many greenhouses where most of the collection is located.
The collection houses some rare and endemic species especially of Carallumas from south india.
The garden is the handiwork and collection of Dr. J. S. Sarkaria. He has converted about 7 acres of green, fertile land into a desert.
National Botanic Gardens
Address: Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin. 9, Ireland
Greenhouse Opening Hours: 10 am. to 12.45 and from 2 pm. to 4.15 pm
from Monday to Saturday. Sunday open later, at 11.00am
Charges: Entrance is free. The gardens do not close at lunchtime.
Address: Contrada Pioppitello, 92026 Favara (AG), Italy
Phone: 0039 0922 606872
Message: La mia collezione dispone di esemplari straordinari, tantissimi cactus di enormi dimensioni coltivate all'aperto tra cui una meravigliosa carneggia gigantea crestata alta ben 5 metri. La collezione si estende su un terreno di 2000 mq. LA COLLEZIONE SI PUO' VISITARE PER APPUNTAMENTO TELEFONICO. L'INGRESSO E GRATUITO VI ASPETTIAMO.
Sotto Vico Garden
Address: Localite Capo Migliarese, Bordighera (Imperia), Italy
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 12.00am 14.00pm-18.00pm close monday morning
Orto Botanico (botanic garden of) di Lucca, Italy
Orto Botanico (botanic garden of) di Napoli (Naples), Italy
Orto Botanico (botanic garden of) di Ferrara, Italy
Address: Capo La Mortola, Ventimiglia (Imperia), Italy
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 18.00pm closed wednesday
Address: Massalucia (Catania), Italy
Address: La Mortella, Ischia (Napoli), Italy
San José del Cabo, Baja California
Tel: 624 146 9191
Av. de los Barrios
S/n Los Reyes Iztacla
Tlalnepantla Edo. de Mex.
Open Mo-Fri 9.00 - 16.00 hr, closed Sa - Su
Jardin Botanico Exterior
Universidad National Autonoma de Mexico
Mexico City, D.F.
Open mondays to saturday 9.00am to 17.00pm. Entance free.
NEVIS, WEST INDIES
Address: Jones Estate
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Comments: Approximately 1,000 succulents, principally cacti, agaves, and euphorbias, growing in the
ground in a four acre semi-public garden. Open by appointment only during daylight hours
and also in the evenings from May to October when the night-blooming cerei are in
flower. No admission charge.
This is the garden of Mr William Glover, denoted as semi-public since the Nevis
government has asked the owners of several private gardens on the island (the other two
are palm and orchid collections) to allow and welcome island visitors into their gardens.
Agder Naturemuseum and Botanical Garden
Address: Gimle gård, Gimleveien 23, N-4630 Kristiansand, Norway
Telephone: ++ 47 38092388
Opening Hours: Spring: 2. January - 19. June : Tue-Fri 10-15, Sun 12-17. Mon & Sat closed.
Summer: 20. June - 20 August : Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat-Mon 12-18.
Autumn: 21. August - 20 December: Tue-Fri 10-15, Sun 12-17. Mon & Sat closed.
Charges: Adult Nok 20, Child Nok 5, Disabled/Pensioners Nok 10.
Brief description: Botanical garden with the largest cactus & succulent collection in Norway.
Adam Mickiewicz University Botanical Garden
Address: ul. Wojska Polskiego 169, Poznan, Poland.
Contact: Professor Lukasiewicz.
Address: Palmiarnia Miejska, Poznan, Poland
Address: Palmiarnia Miejska, Poznan, Poland
Moscow Main Botanic Garden
Address: Academy of Sciences 4, Botanicheskaya Street Moscow, 127276 Russia.
Hester Malan Wild Flower Reserve
Address: Springbok, South Africa
Part of the Goegap Nature Reserve
Opening Hours: Most of the year between 8.00am - 4.00pm
Charges: Less than 1 pound
Johannesburg Botanic Gardens
Address: Jan Van Riebeck Park, Johannesburg, RSA
Telephone: (011) 782 0517
Opening Hours: Unfenced, therefore the garden accesible at all times. Most of the succulent
collections, however, are locked away in the glasshouses and an appointment needs to be
made to view these collections.
Karoo National Botanic Gardens
Address: PO Box 152, Worcester 6850, South Africa
Telephone: (011) 0231 70785
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 6.00pm
Charges: Free on weekdays and there is a nominal charge over
weekends and on public holidays.
Comments: This is the premier garden in South Africa in terms of succulents as its main objective is to cultivate
plants from the arid portions of southern Africa. It also has plants, seeds, colour plates and posters for sale.
Kirstenbosch National Botanic Gardens
Address: Kirstenbsch, Privat Bag X7, Claremont 7735, South Africa
Telephone: 021 762 1166
Opening Hours: daily September - March from 8.00am to 5.00pm, April - August 8.00am - 6.00pm
Charges: 5 Rand
Comments: Succulentophiles will primarily be interested in seeing the Mathews Rockery in this garden and the new arid display glasshouse.
This features succulents from all over southern African. It also has a veru good selection of books on succulents for sale in its bookshop.
National Botanical Institute
Address: Prvate Bag X101, 0001 Pretoria, South Africa
Telephone: 012 8043200
Opening Hours: daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm
Charges: 3 rand (about 50 pence)
Although there are numerous succulents grown in various places in the
garden, the best collections are in the nursery and these can only be
viewed by appointment. This garden is the home of the Desmond Cole
Lithops collection and also has a particularly important collection of
Address: P.O.Box 291, Robertson 6075, South Africa
Opening hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 8.00 -17.00, Closed on Monday and Tuesday and in July and August.
Charges: 40 Rand or 100 Rand including guided tour of approx 2hrs
Comments: This garden was originally created by Maarten Malherbe (1885-1978), in his time one of the pioneers of the South African Cactus Trade, and beautifully restored by the present owners. The rockery garden shows more than 1500 succulents from all over the world in the unprotected open air and has become part of a large (10 hectare) landscape with mainly indigenous trees, shrubs and plants. Soekershof also houses the largest hedge-maze in the world. Along some of the hedges there are acres with succulents.
San Nicholas de Tolentino, Gran Canaria
Entrace Fee : pound;3.50
Jardí Botànic Marlmurtra
Blanes, Cirona, Spain
You have come to ane of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Europe. Having created the foundation "Jardin Botanico Marimurtra" (Sea
and Myrtle) shortly beforehis death, the German Karl Faust (1874-1954) generously bequeathed his gardens and his considerable fortune to secure its
The foundation is devoted to reaearch and for the intemational study of botany. It also seeks to provide the many visitors from all over the world
with an insight into the beauty and variety of nature. We ask you to exercise care during your visit so that subsequent visitors can enjoy the
beauty of the plants and gardens.
We hope that you will leave Marimurtra enriched by what you have seen.
Jardin Botanico Tropical 'Pinya de Rosa'
Blanes, Sta Cristina, Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain
Opening Times : 9.00am - 6.00pm (Shop closes 5.30pm)
Entrance fee: 500ptas
We think you might be interested in the circumstances which led to the establishment of this botanical garden. The folowing text
is an extract from an article by Mr. Jose Francisco Ballester, agricultural technical engeneer-INSA, published in the magazine Iberflora in
November 1975 which may hel you to explore this garden.
The botanical garden Pinya de Rosa is located on the Costa Brava between Blanes and Lloret de Mar.
In this garden, the natural scenary is enhanced by the art of the landscape artist and a Harmonious collection of rare forms and colours of mature
specimens of cacti and succulents. The idea originated in the mind of the present owner Don Fernando Riviere de Caralt, Civil Engineer, who bought
the property in January 1945 and started to develop the garden in the following months.
Work proceeded as the various collections were laid out systematically in large rock enclosed beds. Opuntias and Platiopuntias filled 27 beds,
Cylindropuntias and Austrocylindropuntias 12 beds, Agavaceae 32 beds and Aloes 11 beds, etc.
Additional plants came mainly from their natural habitats but also from other botanical gardens and private collections all over the world.
The systematic manner in which the collections of Aloes and Agavaceae are arranged represents the personal work of Dr. Riviere and has been highly
acknowledged in the specialised scientific circles as a mainstay in the classification of these species.
American specialists regard the Opuntia collection as the most important in the world, it contains 600 species of 18 genera.
There are also collections of Agavaceae, Aloes, Yuccas and Mesembryanthemaceae which are considered to be amongst the best in Europe.
The genera Conophytum and Lithops are particularly well represented.
The entire collection contains more than 7000 species excluding the local flora.
Flowering at Pinya de Rosa estends all through the year. Most of the Aloes flower during winter but it is between February and October that the
flowers of cacti and other succulents reach their glory. There is the short splendour of Trichocereus, Selenicereus, Nyctocereus, Hylocereus and
others, with flowers sometimes more than 35 centimetres long with outer petals from white to pink and chestnut changing to yellow and cream. These
open only at sundown and can only be admired in full bloom in the darkness of the night.
In the part of the garden reserved for cacti, the plants are arranged according to their growth forms: columnar, candelabre or globose shapes are
grouped together, some of them in hundreds of specimens.
In the cactus section you will find a great number of species, all duly classified, including Cereus, Trichocereus, Espostoa, Cephalocereus,
Neobuxbaumia, Pilocereus, Oreocereus, Helianthocereus, Cleistocactus, Rooksbya, Pachycereus, Floresia, Roseocereus, Machaecereus,
Trixanthocereus, Azureocereus, Morawetzia, Isolatocereus, Echinocereus, Seticereus, Lemaireocereus, Haageocereus, Eulychnia, Pereskia,
Hertrichocereus, Marshallocereus, Polaskia, Astrophytum, Acanthocereus, Corryocactus, Mitrocereus, Monvillea, Borzicactus and many others. Other
succulents also adapt themselves perfectly to Pinya de Rosa. Amongst these can be found many Aizoaceae with creeping branches which form a
carpet of flowers.
Among these succulents and other plants growing between the cacti are Agave, Aloe, Delosperma, Crassula, Ruschia, Trichodiadema, Pedilanthus,
Lampranthus, Euphorbia, Prenia, Leipoldtia, Cephalophyllum, Carpobrotus, Yucca, Nolina, Beschorneria, Furcraea, Aeonium, Kleinia, Senecio, Rochea,
Dracaena, Hechtia, Puya, Haworthia, Gasteria, Dasylirium and many others. From the family Mesembryanthemaceae 131 genera with 780 species may be
Every year more than 1500 species are sown to increase the collection. Dr. Riviere has always based his collections on original types and never on
hybrids unless these are officially recognised.
Varieties are kept true as far as possible to the original description of the plant.
Pinya de Rosa has been visited by the greatest cactus specialists in the world and its owner is recognised as a pioner in the field.
It is not surprising that experts named a number of plants after Dr. Riviere, Leucostele rivieri and Opuntia rivieriana decribed by professor
Backeberg are examples. Professor Cardenas dedicated to him Echinopsis riviere-de-caralti. Not long ago the South African botanist Lavranos and
the English botanist Newton described Aloe rivierei dicovered in the Yemen.
It is a great satisfaction to both amateur and experd that Pinya de Rosa exists here in beautiful Spain. Also that it will continue to expand and to
flower every year - one of the most interesting living libraries where we can increase our knowledge of botany, especially of cacti.
Jardí Botànic de Valéncia
Universitat de Valencia, Spain
Jardin del Cactus: The Cactus Garden
Guatiza village, Lanzarote, Spain
Open Daily 10.00 -17.45; entrance 425 pesetas (1997)
Comments: Restaurant, Snack bar, Shop
10,000 cacti and succulents of 1450 different species growing at ground
level and in several levels of terracing. This area is the centre of
Lanzarote's cochineal industry with several hundred acres planted with the
prickly pear or tunera cactus from which the cochineal beetle is collected for its dye.
Jardin Canario Viera Y Clavijo
Address: Apartado de Correos 14,Tafira Alta, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Opening Hours: 8.00am -12.00pm, 1.00pm - 6.00pm, sundays and holidays 11.00am - 7.00pm
Comments: Cactus garden and Canary Island endemics
Address: Barranco de Los Palmitos, Gran Canaria, Spain
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 6.00pm.
The Botanical Garden of Gothenburg
Address: Carl Skottsbergsgatan, Gothenburg, Sweden
Charges (1995): adults SEK 20, ticket valid for a month
Comments: Has a greenhouse with mostly tropicals (bananas, orchids, carnivores and
stuff), but also a succulent departent. Many plants probably result from Carl Skottsberg's
travels in Chile (Copiapoa, Trichocereus, Cleistocactus). A few HUGE Trichocerei and
other Cereoids. Other succulents include mesembs, Euphorbias, Pelargoniums.
The garden also has an outdoors rock garden where several Opuntias, at least
two different Echinocerei and Escobaria vivipara manage to survive the Swedish climate.
The Bergian Garden
Address: Frescati, [northen outskirt of] Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone: +46 8 156545
Charges (1995): adults SEK 25
Comments: The greenhouse has a brand new, SMALL department with mostly Mexican cacti
(a large Saguaro, Echinofossulocacti, Astrophytums, Mammillarias). Also
has a small Namib desert department.
Municipal Succulent Plant Collection (ZSS)
Address: Mythenquai 88, CH-8002, Zurich, Switzerland
Telephone: 0041 1 201 4554
Fax: 041 1 201 5540
Opening Hours: 9.00 -11.30 am and 1.30pm - 4.30 pm
Consulting Hour Wednesday 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Comments: This collection founded in 1931 is the documentation center of the I.O.S.
The collection has 8,500 species from 45 different plant families housed in 1,200 square meters
of greenhouse and 300 square meters of heatable frames.
Address: Meneage Parc, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8FG
Open: By appointment
Telephone: +44 01326 561265
Paradise Family Leisure Park
Address: Avis Road, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 0DH, UK
Telephone: (+44) 01273 616000
Open: All year except December 25th and 26th
Charges: £3.25 (adult), £ 2.99 (OAP), £2.50 (Children)
Address: Edinburgh, EH3 5LR, UK
Address: Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TN9 3AE, UK
Opening Hours: 9.30am - dusk every day except December 25th and January 1st
Charges: £4 Adults, £2 5-16 year olds, under 5 free
A.R. Leding Cactus Garden
Address: New Mexico State, University, Las Cruces, NM 88001, USA
Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory
Address: Belle Island Park, Detroit, MI 48207, USA
Opening Hours: 9.00 - 6.00pm daily, including holidays
Address: 2021 N.Kinney Road, Tucson, AZ 85743, USA
Opening Hours: March through October 7.30am - 6.00pm (until 10.00pm summer Saturdays); winter 8.00am to 5.00pm
Charges: $8.95 adults, discounts for children
Address: Arizona Cactus, 8 Cactus Lane, Bisbee, Arizona 85603, USA
Telephone: 520-432-7040 Fax: 520-432-7001
Contact person: David L. Eppele....El Jefe
Guided tours of Arizona Cactus Botanical Garden are free. Something in the West must be free! We
feature arid-land plants of the high deserts of the Southwest. We do not sell plants, but will give visitors
cuttings of our plants so they may grow them in their gardens and quit making Arizona look like Kentucky!
Our water is our future! We're open from sunrise to sunset, 7 days a week. Bring your camera!
The Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory
Address: P.O. Box 77246, Piedmont Park, Alanta, GA 30357, USA
Contact; Laura Vinson
Open: 9.00am to 7.00pm Tuesday to Sunday, April 1 - September 30,
9.00am to 6.00pm remainder of year. Closed Mondays
Charges: $4.50US; $2.25 for seniors and students with ID and 6-12 year old children. Children under 6 free.
Brief Description: 3,200 square foot bedding display of old world succulents of
which 1,400 square foot are devoted to Madagascan Succulents. There are also displays
of Lithops and other Mesembs, Aloes, Asclepiads, Haworthias and Xerophytic Cycads
A supplementary collection is housed in the Cecil B.Day Greenhouse Complex
Birmingham Botanical Garden
Address: 2612 Land Park Rd., Birmingham, AL 35203, USA
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Address: P.O. Box AB, Superior, AZ 85273, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 5.00pm every day
Charges: Adults $4, Seniors and Children 5-12 years old $2, Under 4 free
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Address: 1000 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA
Carlsbad Living Desert State Park
Address: Carlsbad, NM 88220, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 7.00pm - May15th - Labor Day, 9.00am - 4.00pm Labor Day - May 15th
closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's day
Catalina Island Botanical Gardens.
About 22 miles west of Los Angeles, California.
Access: By boat or helicopter
The Wrigley Memorial gardens contains a Desert garden also.
Usually open 7 days a week, 8 am. to 5 pm.
Admission is $1. Children under 12 years free.
From the town of Avalon take avalon canyon road, 1.5 miles out of
town to get to the garden.
More information: Catalina Island Conservancy:
P.O. box 2739 Avalon, California. 90704
Tel: 310: 510-2595
Chicago Botanic Garden
Address: PO Box 400, Lake Cook Road, Glencoe, IL 60022
Opening Hours: From 7.00am
PO Box 905, Ft Davis, Texas 79734
(4 miles south of Ft.Davis, Hwy 118)
Open weekdays, 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday - Saturday; except major holidays
A Cactus and Succulent Greenhouse featuring and extensive living collecti of species native to the Chihauhuan Desert region (over 220 species)
Address: 909 York St., Denver, CO 80206
Open Hours: 9.00am - 4.45pm daily
Charges: $4 May-September, $3 October-April
Address: 1201 North Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, Arizona 85008-3490, USA
Opening Hours: Daily except December 25th, May - September 7.00am - 10.00pm, October - April 8.00am - 8.00pm
Charges: Adults $6, Seniors $5, Children 5-12, $1, under 5 free
Desert Demonstration Gardens
Address: 3701 West Alta, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm, Weekends 8.00am - 4.30pm
Druid Hill Park Conservatory
Address: Gwynns Falls Parkway & McCulloh St., Baltimore, MD 21217, USA
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm except legal holidays
Address: P.O. Box 2030, Rte. 206 S., Somerville, NJ 08876, USA
Opening Hours: Advanced reservation required
Ethel M. Chocolate Factory & Cactus Garden
Address: 2 Cactus Garden Dr., Henderson, NV, 89105, USA
Telephone: 702 433 2500
Opening Hours: Daily 8.30am - 7.00pm
A 2.5 acre Cactus Garden and Cactus shoppe
Address: 10901 Old Cutler Rd., Miami, FL 33156, USA
Opening Hours: 9.30am - 4.30pm daily except Christmas
Charges: $8 adults, accompanied children under 13 free
Address: PO Box 306, Yucca, Arizona 86438-0306
Telephone: 520 766 2597
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Address: 3220 Botanic Garden Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76107, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 11.00pm
Franklin Park Conservatory
Address: 1777 East Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203, USA
Address: 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108, USA
Open Hours: Tuesday to Friday 1:00 to 4:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10:30 to 4:30 pm closed Mondays and major holidays.
Greenhouses open 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Charges: Adults $15, Seniors $12, Children under 12 years of age are FREE
Admission is also free to Huntington support group members.
The Judge Roy Bean Visitor Center
Address: Langtry, Texas, USA
Open Hours: Open daily except Thanksgiving, Chrismas Eve & Day and New Year's Day.
Charges: Admission is free.
Address: P.O. Box 501, Kennett Square, PA 19348, USA
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm daily
Address: 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia, CA 91006, USA
Plant collections on the 127-acre grounds are arranged primarily by geographic origins. These include the Australian, African, Mediterranean, Southwestern, South
American, and Asiatic/North American sections.
The geographic areas contain notable taxonomic collections such as Acacia, Aloe, Cassia, Eucalyptus, Leptospermum, Magnolia, Melaleuca, Senna, Tabebuia, and cycads.
Other collections and exhibits include the Tropical Forest, Rose and Herb gardens, Palm and Bamboo section, Water-conservation garden, Kallam perennial garden,
Aquatic gardens, native Engelmann oak grove, and the volunteers' Garden for All Seasons.
Other attractions are the Manfred Meyburg waterfall and Begonia and Tropical Greenhouses.
The grounds include several historical structures. Native Gabrieleno Indian structures called wickiups reflect the heritage of the original occupants of the land.
Scotsman Hugo Reid acquired the 13,319 acres of Rancho Santa Anita from the Mexican government in 1839 and a year later built a house on the site of today's
Arboretum. His three-room adobe home has been reconstructed on its original foundation. The elaborate Queen Anne cottage and
matching Coach Barn were constructed on the grounds in the 1880's by the colorful and eccentric E.J. "Lucky Baldwin". Both Victorian structures are
listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A Santa Fe train depot dating back to 1890 was moved to the Arboretum grounds.
It is open for public tours on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on most Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Various plant societies sponsor shows and sales throughout the year, but mainly in spring and fall. The Arboretum holds a big plant sale one weekend in May every year.
Address: 47-900 Portola Ave., Palm Desert, CA 92260
The main attraction here for most people is the animals, which are desert animals from all over the world. These particular individuals
cannot be released into the wild because of injury or upbringing. The park also features extensive plantings from deserts all over the world,
with the major emphasis on desert areas of the U.S. and adjacent Mexico.
The plants are usually labeled. There is also a nursery with a good variety of plants for sale.
Address: 695 Ashley Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93108, USA
Opening Hours: By appointment only
Irwin M. Krohn Conservatory
Address: 950 Eden Park Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Open: Daily during daylight hours.
Brief Description: The greenhouse is divided into 4 sections (tropical, sub-tropical, desert
and thematic). Though small, the desert section is well done.
Address: 811 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota, FL 33577, USA
Marin-Bolinas Botanical Gardens
Address: 250 Mesa Road, Bolinas, California
Telephone: 415 388 5017
Founder, President: Dr Herman Schwartz
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Address: 1800 N. Dixboro Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA
Opening Hours: 10.00am - 4.30pm, closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25th and January 1st
McAllen Botanical Gardens
Address: P.O. Box 220, McAllen, TX 78502, USA
McMillan Greenhouse UNC
Address: UNCC Station, Charlotte, NC 28223, USA
Opening Hours: Weekdays 9.00am - 3.00pm
Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden
Address: Los Angeles, CA 90045, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 5.00pm weekdays, 8.00am - 4.00pm weekens, closed on University Holidays
Address: 524 South Layton Boulevard, Milwaukee, WI 53215 USA
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : (414) 649-9830
Opening Hours: Monday - Sunday 9:00am - 5:00pm Including holidays
Charges: $3.25 $1.75 children 6-18
Brief description: Simply one of the finest collections of cacti, succulents, shrubs, and
aird-land bulbs grown under glass. Plants from Madagascar, Southern and Eastern
Africa, the Canary Islands, South America, and the deserts of North America such as the
Chihuahuan, Mohave, and Sonoran are displayed. The Conservatory has assembled what
we believe to be one of the best public displays of succulent plants from Madagascar.
The display includes all eleven species of the endemic Didiereaceae, mature specimens
of Pachypodium decaryi, P. baronii, and such as oddities and rarities as Adenia
firingalavensis, Cyphostemm laxa, Uncanna decaryi, Operculicaria decaryi, and Commiphora
spp. The 50 species and varieties of Euphorbia include such seldom seen types
as E. moratii, E. capsaintemariensis v. tulearensis, E. pauliana, E. perrieri, and E. primulifolia.
Moorten's Desertland Gardens
Address: 1701 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, CA 96262, USA
Opening Hours: Daily 9.00am - 5.00pm
Address: Bronx Park, Bronx, NY 10458, USA
Opening Hours: April - October 10.00 - 6.00pm, November - March 10.00am - 4.00pm
Charges: Adults $3, Seniors and Children 6-16 $1
Address: Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
Telephone: 412 622 6914
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday
Comments: Victorian Glass Conservatory with thirteen glass display rooms including
palms, frens, orchids and desert plants. Some cacti in the desert area
Open 9 am to 5 pm. Special late hours (until 8 PM) during the Spring Show.
Poipu Beach, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii 96756
Telephone: 808 742 1695
Opening Hours: Daily 8.30am - 4.30pm
Comments: Large collection of Aloes
Address: Box 58, Oyster Bay, NY 11771, USA
Open Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm daily
Quail Botanic Gardens
Address: 230 Quail Gardens Drive, POBox 230005, Encinitas, CA 92023-0005, USA
Open Hours: Hours: 9am - 5pm daily, (closed New Year's Day ,Christmas and Thanksgiving)
Gift Shop and Plant Sales open 10am - 4pm
Charges: Adults $3:00; Children (ages5-12) $1:50; ages 4 and under free.
Members free. No admission charge on the first Tuesday of every month.
Comments: 30 acre botanical garden in the most frost free location of any public
botanical garden in the Western US. Xeric plant exhibition includes new and
old world cactus and succulent gardens and phytogeographic plant exhibits of
the world's mediterranean like climate areas.
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
Address: 1500 N. College Ave., Claremont, CA 91711, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 5.00pm daily except, 4th July, Thanksgiving day, 25th December
Comments: 86 acre garden of native Californian plants
Rio Grande Botanic Garden
Address: 2601 Central Ave. N.W.Albuquerque, NM 87104
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM most days
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM weekends June through August additional evening hours
ages 65 & over: $2.50, 16 through 64: $4.50, 3 through 15: $2.50, 2 and under: free
admission may vary for evening special events
open Tuesday through Sunday, except Christmas and New Years
Located at the northern extreme of the Chihuahuan Desert by the Rio Grande, and opened in December of 1996. Included are a diversity of plantings and exhibits. There are extensive outdoor naturalistic plantings
emphasizing plants of the higher deserts and mountains of southwestern North America, especially of the Chihuahuan Desert region. We have two conservatory buildings, one which houses a collection of plants from the
warmer North American Deserts, and occasional changing exhibits of plants from other arid regions. The second Conservatory building houses a Mediterranean style planting, with Mediterranean plants being another
emphasis of the garden. The plantings both indoors and out include a large number of cacti, other succulents, and similar plants.
Address: PO Box 30845, Walnut Creek, CA 94598, USA
Fax: (925) 256-1889
Charge: $7/person; free for members and children under 12
Description: The Ruth Bancroft Garden rises above the status of a collection and becomes an exceptional demonstration of the art of garden design. This 3-acre garden was begun in 1972 in Walnut Creek, California, and has garnered international acclaim from the horticultural community as an example of dry gardening appropriate for California's mediterranean climate. Working primarily with the dramatic forms of her beloved succulents, Ruth Bancroft has created bold and varied compositions in which the colors, textures, and patterns of foliage provide a setting for the sparkle of floral color. The collection includes drought-tolerant plants from around the world, inspiring visitors with endless possibilities for their own landscapes. The Garden was the inspiration for the founding of The Garden Conservancy, the nation's leading non-profit dedicated to the preservation of significant private gardens. The Ruth Bancroft Garden conducts tours, seminars and workshops
on dry gardening and offers drought-tolerant plants for sale.
The website features hundreds of photos of succulents, information on growing them in the landscape, and online tour reservations.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
Address: 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
Opening Hours: 9.00am - 6.00pm Tuesday - Sunday, closed Mondays, December 25th and
Tucson Botanical Gardens is located at 2150 N. Alvernon Way in Tucson,
Arizona. The Gardens are open daily except New Year's Day, July 4,
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
TBG hours are 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Admission for non-members is $4 for
adults and $3 for seniors (62 and over). TBG members and children under
12 are free.
Cactus and Succulent Garden: This garden, named for Rodney G. Engard,
TBG's first director, includes cacti from Arizona, other southwestern
states, Mexico, and South America. New and old world succulents are also
featured. Peak bloom is in April and May. Cacti and succulents are well
Tucson Botanical Gardens, located in the Sonoran Desert, also includes
areas of native desert vegetation, a xeriscape demonstration garden,
wildflower garden, and Native American crops garden.
University Botanic Gardens
Address: 900 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92502, USA
Opening Hours: 8.00am - 5.00pm daily except Jan 1, July 4, Thanksgiving day and Dec 25
Address: Centennial Dr., Berkeley, CA 94720, USA
Opening Hours: Daily 9.00 - 4.45pm except Dember 25th and January 1st
Charges: $7 plus $1.50 per hour parking fee
Our arid house collection is open at all times and contains a major collection of about 2,000 cacati and succulents, mostly wild-collected in addition to large outside collectsions.
University of California at Irvine Botanical Garden
Address: Irvine, California, USA
Comment: A very good collection of Aloes plus many others.
They also have a large collection of South Africa bulbs.
In August they have a Summer Bulb Sale.
University of Hawaii Experimental Farm
Address: Copp Road, Kula, Hawaii 96790
Opening Hours: Daily 7.00am - 4.00pm
Comments: Collection of African Succulents
Vermont Experimental Cold-Hardy Cactus Garden
Address: Located at the residence of Louis & Marilyn Varricchio,
Halladay Road, Middlebury, Vermont USA
Admission: Free (please call in advance)
An experimental raised-bed, cold-hardy cactus garden--approximately 10'x 10' -
showcasing cactus species which are known to be cold and moisture
tolerant (mainly opuntias), as well as unusual euphorbias, yuccas,
agaves, and sedums. This simple garden is designed to demonstrate how a
low-cost, desert garden can be constructed and enjoyed year-round by
backyard gardeners living in USDA Zones 4 and 5 of northern New England,
upstate New York, and eastern Canada.
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