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Impressive late blooms to dicover in the Rockeries. Don't miss out!
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NEWS
Les bienfaits des arbres importés
 A joint CJBG/UNIGE
 study shows the
 benefits of imported
 trees.
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 review
(in French)
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The <em>Botalista</em> Association is born!
 The botanical Gardens
 of Geneva, Bern and
 Bordeaux launch the
 Botalista Association.
 More info HERE.
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 release
(in French)
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Seeds and everything around them
 Genève Grandeur
 Nature
 Seeds and everything
 around them
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Plan Biodiversité 2020-2023
 The 2020-2023 Biodi-
 versity Plan approuved
 by the State Council.
 The CJBG greatly
 contributed to the
 objectives' definition
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Scientific strategy 2020 - 2030
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The Geneva Herbaria Catalogue
The Geneva Herbaria Catalogue

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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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Herbarium

For loans, information and high-resolution images requests, as well as exchanges, the Cryptogamic herbarium is reopened since June 8th and the Phanerogamic herbarium will reopen on July 17th.
Scientists who would like to schedule a visit are kindly requested to contact the relevant herbarium in advance.
Cryptogams: herb-crypto.cjb@ville-ge.ch
Phanerogams: herb-phanero.cjb@ville-ge.ch


General Collection
Closed Herbaria
Distinction cantonale du développement durable

Compactus

With it’s around 6,000,000 specimens, the collection of the CJB is one of the most important in the world. It is derived from a long tradition of botany in Geneva that dates back to the 1800’s. It contains plants and fungi from the entire world, but in particular, those of the Mediterranean, the Near and Far East, South America and Europe.

The Herbarium is not open to the public. However, group visits are organized several times per year, in the framework of public visits.