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Botanical Gardens

Botanical gardens, like Kew Gardens, gained great popularity during the Victorian era. Plants were gathered from all over the Empire for the study of botany, for medicinal purposes or simply for their exotic value with their native exotic climates often reproduced in great glasshouses.

Today, botanical gardens are also used for recreation and as tourist attractions and are found in many cities throughout the world. With decorative structures, formal gardens and water features, botanical gardens can make tranquil oases away from the bustle of the city.

The Eden Project in Cornwall takes the concept of botanical gardens a step further. The exhibits are designed to showcase nature and educate people on issues like climate change, the importance of plants in the wider ecosystem, and to encourage people to grow their own food.