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Wiki Science Competition 2019
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L'Amazonie éclot au Jardin botanique
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Le rafia refait la déco
 Where does raffia come
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Carl von Martius Exhibition
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EXHIBITIONS
Carl von Martius Exhibition
Carl von Martius: discovering tropical biodiversity
In the CJBG Library
Until Decembre 24th
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The many lives of herbaria
In the Cabinet of curiosities
Until 1st of March 2020
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VISIT THE GREENHOUSES
MISSING THE SUMMER WARMTH?
Come and discover our amazing greenhouses this winter!

tropical greenhouse
Presentation of the tropical greenhouse
Run time: 1'30
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THE HESPERIDES' TREASURE
Symboles & Sentiments
Interactive and mutlimedia fiction !
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PUBLICATION
Acquisition Policy for the Living Colelctions 2019
Acquisition Policy for the Living Collections
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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Winter Garden


It is upon entering the Winter Garden that the heat and humidity of the tropics will be revealed to you. Numerous plants from the tropics used as ornamentals grow under the fronds of the large palm trees.

A path dedicated to tropical crop plants facilitates the detailed observation of species from which products of everyday use are extracted: coffee, coco, spices, fibres, tropical fruits etc.

To know more... (in French)