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University Botanic Garden



The University Botanic Garden founded in 1846 by John Stevens Henslow, comprises 40 acres between the city centre and Cambridge railway station. The Garden holds a treasure trove of some 8,000 plant species with many fascinating features including a lake, glasshouses, Winter Garden, Chronological Bed, Rock Gardens, and a superb collection of mature trees. The Garden holds nine National Collections, including Geranium and Fritillaria. The 10,000 species in the Garden are held for scientific purposes, but have been laid out with superb horticultural skill to provide a rich aesthetic experience.

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