Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh , Scotland
Botanic Gardens , Edinburgh , Scotland
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The above video were shot last week. We went there to test out my new vegan friendly shoe (Merrel Waterpro Current) that I bought a week ago. Very light and comfy footwear. We parked our car further away from the main entrance to save parking fees :). Unfortunately dogs are not allowed to go in and we cannot feed the monkeys. To me this is absurd and not 'cool' at all. Anyway it was a fine weather during that day and we, my wife and I enjoyed the walk very much and I must say my new shoe rocks! Enjoy the video!
ps : long time ago when I was a kid, my dad used to bring us to Botanical Garden and I remember seeing big monkey ( gorilla/ ape/ orang utan ) and bears too during that time. Unfortunately they all died due to starvation according to Joseph's mom. What a shame!
After we built our own cold frames, we visit the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to see how they build their cold frames. Visit our community site for more info *******gardenfork.tv
American crocodiles, Key Largo wood rats, Key Largo cotton mice, Schaus swallowtail butterflies, and 100 other rare critters and plants call 2,400-acre Dagnyy Johnson Key Largo Hammocks Botanical State Park their home. It's also a user-friendly place to explore the largest remaining stand of the vast West Indian tropical hardwood hammock and mangrove wetland that once covered most of the Keys' upland areas. Interpretive signs describe many of the tropical tree species along a 1¼-mi paved road (2 1/2 mi round-trip) that invites walking, rollerblading, and biking. Rangers give guided tours and encourage you to taste the fruits of native plants. Pets are welcome if on a no-longer-than-6-foot leash. You'll also find restrooms, information kiosks, and picnic tables. 1 mi north of U.S. 1 on Rte. 905, OS, North Key Largo, FL. Daily 8-sundown. Tours Thurs. and Sun. at 10. Honor Fee of $1.50.
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My last day at the Royal Botanical Gardens. *******www.rbg.ca
Peter Spiegel, Chris Kilham and their personal stories of Botanicals. For more: *******www.kiierasuccessblog****/kiiera-botanical-experts/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
Photography at the beautiful Fort Worth Botanic Gardens! We took a bunch of great shots. Check some of mine out at: *******bit.ly/Y3BqZ
The Bogor Botanic Garden with 87 hectares total area is an Indonesia's first and foremost botanical garden that was founded by Germany botanist Reinwardt in 1817. During the 19th century the garden were used to research and develop plants and seeds from other parts of the Indonesian archipelago for cultivation. Today the garden contains more than 15,000 species of trees and plants located among streams and lotus ponds. There are 400 types of exceptional palms to be found along the extensive lawns and avenues. The orchid houses contain some 3000 varieties.
Located 60 kilometers south of the capital of Jakarta in Bogor, the garden is situated in the city center of Bogor and adjoin the Bogor Presidential Palace.
Beside as a world famous institution for research and conservation, the garden is also as a large recreational area for local residents, visitors from Jakarta and many passing tourists.
Quick Bites Wales: National Botanic Garden
Video of our visit to the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire. We glimpse the Welsh Black cattle, and tour the unique double walled garden.
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Join Montréal Botanical Garden's Director, Gilles Vincent, as he tours the celebrated park and showcases its diverse range of plant species and thematic areas -- which include a Japanese garden, a Chinese garden, and a First Nations garden.
The Montréal Botanical Garden is popular among both local residents and tourists alike, and is known for its strong commitment to conservation, education and research.
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