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Welcome to the Cambridge University Botanic Garden where you can discover plants from all over the world in 40 acres of beautiful gardens and glasshouses.
The Garden opens daily at 10am.
This week's Plant Picks
Plan your next visit by exploring what's looking good now on our interactive map
What's On for 2014
Discover the huge range of courses on offer, and you can now book on-line...
Book a Group Visit
The Garden is a wonderful destination for a leisure or special interest group visit at any time of year.
The Garden is an inspirational, natural outdoor classroom for all ages......
An on-line exhibition exploring the development of the Garden from the 1950s
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Looking good now
This lovely Cambridge cherry, which originated at the Garden, is in full bloom, releasing mouth-watering wafts of Bakewell Tart onto the spring air, all almond and jam. More...
Closure of Station Road Gate 10-12 March
Works begins next week on the installation of a new gate and railings at the Station Road entrance, expected to take three weeks. This will require the CLOSURE of Station Road Gate from 10-12 March inclusive. Brookside Gate remains open. With many thanks.
The Great Plant Pattern Hunt
Launching 10 March for the Cambridge Science Festival, families can discover fantastic fractals, super symmetry and smart spirals with a new activity trail highlighting patterns in plants. More...
Voicing the Garden
Discover the unofficial stories of the people behind the plants, and upload your own memories and snapshots to the Memory Board, rummage in the Archive or browse Garden-inspired creative work in the Anthology. Allow some time...
BG on Flickr
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BG on Facebook
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BBC Weather Report
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the Garden 07/03/2014
Award to clean up Captain Fryatt
Understanding Flowers and Flowering
Curator, Dr Tim Upson, to head up horticulture at the RHS
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