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Passion for Knowledge
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Living collections management policy 2018
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What plants do we grow at the CJBG and why??
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Sunday visits
Each 1st Sunday of the month - 2 guided tours
Upcoming visit: 5 August !
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Variations botaniques
Next visit 17 July.
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La Visite du Jardinier
La "Visite du Jardinier"
Every Thursdays at 2pm
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Moutons ProSpecieRara
6 breeds of sheep ProSpecieRara
brought together at the CJBG Read the article
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The great forest
From 23 June to 2 Sept.
The Brazilian great forest.
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The Passion for Knowledge
Exhibition
Until 14th of October
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The Garden, 200 years of passion
Exhibition
Until 14th of October
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The many lives of herbaria
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Cabinet of curiosities
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Discover the exhibition
The Ethnobotanical Gardens
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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herbaria

General Collection
Closed Herbaria
Distinction cantonale du développement durable

General Collection

The history of the General Collection began with the gift of the Haller filius herbarium in 1823, but it was with the arrival of the Benjamin Delessert herbarium collection in 1869 (300,000 specimens from across the world) that the Botanical Conservatory acquired its true international status. Subsequent collections have enriched the General Collection, whose growth continues by exchanges, gifts and acquisitions, and through the collections of the Institution’s botanists. Amongst the most important collections that are included in the General Herbarium, one might mention:

Phanerogamie

P. Aellen; W. Barbey; P. E. Boissier; A. P. de Candolle; A. L. P. P. de Candolle; A. C. P. de Candolle; E. Hassler; W. G. F. Herter; A. Huber-Morath; R. V. Litardière; G. Looser; P. Mouterde; H. Pabot; K. H. Rechinger; G. F. Reuter.

Cryptogamie

J. J. Brun (Diatomées); A. P. De Candolle; J.-E. Duby (Musci); J. Favre (Basidiomycètes); V. Fayod (Basidiomycètes); A. L. A. Fée (Ascomycètes lichénisés); K. W. G. L. Fuckel (Ascomycètes); J. Hedwig (Musci); J. B. Jack (Hepaticae); M. Josserand (Basidiomycètes); R. Kühner (Basidiomycètes); J. Müller Argoviensis (Ascomycètes lichénisés); C. G. D. Nees (Musci); L. E. Schaerrer (Ascomycètes lichénisés); F. Stephani (Hepaticae).