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Early cultivation of macaronesian plants in three european botanic gardens

@inproceedings{Ortega2011EarlyCO,
  title={Early cultivation of macaronesian plants in three european botanic gardens},
  author={J. F. Ortega and A. S. Guerra and L. S. Pinto and M. Maunder},
  year={2011}
}
The Chelsea Physic Garden (London) (established in 1673), the Botanic Garden of Amsterdam (established in 1682), and the Clifford’s Hartekamp Gardens (the Netherlands, established in 1709 by George Clifford II) were among the most important pre-Linnaean botanic gardens in Europe and were famous because of their living collections of exotic plants. There is relatively extensive documentation of what plant material was grown in these botanic gardens prior to Linnaeus establishing the now… Expand
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