Glasgow Botanic Gardens :: Shared Description

Originating in 1841 under the Royal Botanic Institution but since 1891 operated by the City of Glasgow, the gardens have varied in extent over the years, currently about 15ha, The site now includes an arboretum, as well as older structures such as the Kibble Palace (winter garden), glasshouses and Curator's House. Listed as a Garden or Designated Landscape (GDL00190).
by Stephen Craven
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NS5667 : Black Oak in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Thistle in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : A summer evening in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Green flag in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Footbridge over the river Kelvin (detail) by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Spelt in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Footbridge over the river Kelvin, Glasgow Botanic Gardens by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Steps down to the river, Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Herb garden in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Pine tree in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Wilding area in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Path parallel to the river, Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven
NS5667 : Winter Garden in Glasgow Botanic Garden by Stephen Craven


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Created: Wed, 20 Nov 2019, Updated: Wed, 20 Nov 2019

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