The University of Oxford Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 as a 'place whereby learning might be improved.' Since that time it has evolved into a compact yet diverse collection of plants accessible to the general public through our extremely active education programme.
The University of Dundee Botanic Garden comprises 9.5 hectares featuring many species of British plants as well as important collections from all continents. Opened to the public in 1971, it is a centre for public enjoyment in addition to supplying plant material for teaching and research within the university.
The University of Bristol Botanic Garden aims to provide an educational resource of living well-documented plants represented and displayed in an informative and effective way.