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Leman Bleu 20190613
 Léman bleu:
 Le Journal de la Culture
 looks at the secrets
 of the vegetal world
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 Tribune de Genève:
 The plant world reveals
 all its secret

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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


Welcome → Botanical Garden → The Collections → The Seasonal Flower Beds
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The Garden Collections

The Rockeries
The Animal Park
The Arboretum
The Garden of the Herbaria
The Garden of smell and touch
The Greenhouses
The Historic Rose Garden
The Path of Evolution
The Perennial Collection
The Ethnobotanical Gardens
The Seasonal Flower Beds
The Shrub Collection in Pots

Flowers

These flower beds display cultivars of decorative flowering plants, making a visit attractive and often spectacular whatever the season.

Tulips, Irises, Dahlias and other seasonal decorative plants are distributed around the garden. The section by the Animal Park has undergone a complete transformation.

To distinguish them from traditional decorative displays, themes have been chosen to display cultivars that are less well-known and that have an historic value. Horticultural centres and private landscape gardeners have been approached in order to diversify the display.