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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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Variations botaniques
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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
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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
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Until 14th of October
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The Garden, 200 years of passion
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The many lives of herbaria
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


Welcome → Activities for the Public → Visit the GreenhousesTemperate House
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Temperate House

Temperate House

The large glass dome, near to the Route de Lausanne, is designated as the Temperate House and it contains Mediterranean type vegetation from Australia, South Africa and the subtropical regions of Asia and America as well as from the Mediterranean region itself. You can get close to these plants by following a small path which winds through the palm trees and elegant tree-ferns.

A special place in this greenhouse is set aside for the cacti and succulents, with two landscapes (American and African) facing each other. In winter, this greenhouse also houses some of our oldest and most remarkable trees, grown in frost-resistant pots, such as the centuries-old Podocarpus.

To know more... (pdf 55 ko - in French)