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THE GARDEN'S SECRETS
Come visit our rockeries! It's time to discover new blooms every day
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 THE HESPERIDES'
 TREASURE
Symboles & Sentiments
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NEWS
Jardin des Palmiers
1st edition of the
 "Jardin des Palmiers"
 Day
- CSRS Ivory Coast
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Lichens
 CQFD broadcast:
 The incredible world of
 Lichens
 Run time: 24'
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RTS Découverte
 RTS Découverte:
 CJBG's Pascal Martin
 makes us discover our
 forests' pine cones.
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tropical greenhouse
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focus podcast Vidéos
Podcast Vidéos
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Symbol & Sensitivity
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EXHIBITION
Symbol & Sensitivity
May 24 to October 13
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symboles et sentiments - visite nocturne
Nocturnal visit with a flashlight
Registration needed
September 21-22
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symboles et sentiments conférence
Cycle de conférence
Symbols, sensations & sensitivities, plants' secrets
October 1st
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Symbolism of a bouquet
Every week
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WORKSHOPS
the Green Workshops 2019-2020
GREEN WORKSHOPS 2019-2020
For children on Wednesday afternoon
Registrations open !
Still a few openings left!
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SCHOOL VISITS
School visits 2019-2020
AUTUMN 2019 PROGRAMME
For grades 6P and above
Learn more here !
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GUIDED TOURS
GUIDED TOURS
Next visits:
The Gardener's visit
September 19
Beware... Carnivorous plants!
September 24
Check out the programme
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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The missions of the Conservatory and Botanical Garden

Conservation

The collected plant material, whether it is live specimens from the garden, or in the form of dried specimens from the herbarium, must be catalogued, organized and stored, so that it can be studied. Our herbarium material constitutes a reference collection and must be protected in order to ensure its long-term conservation.