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Discover our Hibiscus rosa–sinensis! Blooming in the Winter Garden
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NEWS
BGCI Accreditation
 The CJBG receive the
 highest BGCI distinction
 Read more HERE
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Corridor Biologique
 Genève Grandeur
 Nature
 Wildlife corridors and
 anti–collision systems
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tropical greenhouse
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Opening Hours
Address and Access
Services
Contacts
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Scientific Activities*
Teaching*
Publications*
Library
Databases
PVG
 
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Cahier de coloriage
Mon jardin botanique
My botanical garden
Colouring book
On sale at the Botanic shop
Educational serie n° 14
Browse through the book
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Les carnets d'exploration du Jardin botanique
Les carnets d'exploration du Jardin botanique
The botanical Garden exploration booklets
(in French)
On sale at the Botanic shop

Plant ecology
Educational serie n° 9
Browse through the booklet
Download the booklet

Evolution
Educational serie n° 10
Browse through the booklet
Download the booklet

Edelweiss & Cie !
Educational serie n° 11
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Plants symbols
Educational serie n° 12
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Useful plants
Educational serie n° 13
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ateliers verts
Museum cultural mediator charter
(in French)
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


WelcomeActivities for the Public
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Activities for the Public

The Young Public
Schools
How to visit the Garden
Visit the Greenhouses
Guided Visits
The Botanic Shop

Welcoming the public is one of the essential missions of the Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques (CJB). The CJB is a living museum of the city, and through its contribution to our international heritage plays a key role in passing on botanical, ethnobotanical, naturalist, environmental and horticultural knowledge.