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THE GARDEN'S SECRETS
Come visit our rockeries! It's time to discover new blooms every day
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 DE CANDOLLE
 2020 PRIZE
Prix de Candolle 2020
 Now accepting
 applications !
 See conditions HERE.
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NEWS
Leman Bleu 20190613
 Léman bleu:
 Le Journal de la Culture
 looks at the secrets
 of the vegetal world
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tropical greenhouse
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focus podcast Vidéos
Podcast Vidéos
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Symbol & Sensitivity
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EXHIBITION
Symbol & Sensitivity
From 24 May to 13 October
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Symbol and sensitivity guided tour
Exhibition's guided tours
Next visit: 17 July
with COTY
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symbol and sensitivity meditation
Méditation
Next session 18 Juillet
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Symbol and sensitivity workshop plant frame
Building a plant frame
Next workshop: 21 July
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SPECIAL EVENT
La bibliotheque sort de ses murs
The library invades the public space !
Next session: 17 July
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WORKSHOPS
Family workshops with the Compagnie du Solitaire
Next workshop: 4 August
See the programme
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GUIDED TOURS
GUIDED TOURS
From March to December
See the programme
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PUBLICATIONS
Feuille verte 2019
Feuille verte 2019
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Candollea 74(1)
Candollea 74(1)
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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Teaching

List of courses (in french)
Teaching staff (in french)
Proposed research subjects: Bachelors and Masters

University Courses

Through the convention between the CJB and the University of Geneva (the Department of Plant Biology), all courses given through the University in plant systematics, floristics, vegetation science, plant biodiversity and fungi, are given by our Institution.

This teaching allows the formation of the future curators and scientists that are needed by our Institution.

This also creates an active exchange within our museum and provides the opportunity to study our collections through the work of the students that we direct in this programme.