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AUSTRALIA Norfolk Island Botanic Garden - Home of the majestic Norfolk Island Pine Araucaria heterophylla -  650 hectares which include a Rain forest, Forestry Zone, uninhabited Phillip Island with a vascular flora of about 68 species
AUSTRIA The Reserve Gardens of Schoenbrunn Castle (Vienna) -  Great collection of succulents (and orchids)  - with special arrangements succulentophiles can gain access. The oldest recorded caudiciform succulent from Africa   Explore the best and most prestigious
Private Plant Collections and Public Gardens from around the world at Garden Web World
BELGIUM Anthoine Pinetum (Conifers) - A private collection consisting of more than 1800 species, varieties and cultivars
BRAZIL Bromeliario Caire (Bromeliads)
A regional descriptive inventory of Bromeliad species in South Brazil Habitat
Bossa Nova Bromélias
CANADA Butchart Gardens - A National Historic Site - 55 acres of spectacular views and exquisite displays
Internat. Peace Garden
CZECH REPUBLIC Witch's Broom Garden (Conifers) - Jan Slama's extensive collection of dwarf conifers derived from witch's brooms.
FRANCE Arboretum de Villardebelle (Conifers) - Located in the South of France, the Arboretum is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered conifers. Le Cactus Francophone  - Extensive Information on French Gardens
JAPAN Kairakuen Garden, Mito is most famous for its over three thousand plum trees of 100 varieties. A plum festival is held annually from end of February throughout March.
Other features include a bamboo grove, cedar woods and the Kobuntei, a traditional Japanese style building.
NETHERLANDS Keukenhof Gardens, a 32 hectares (70-acre ) showcase for the Dutch flower industry. The history of Keukenhof dates back to the 15th century and were part of the estate belonging to the castle of Slot Teylingen. Today it is one of the best-known attractions in the country.
RUSSIA Nikita Botanical Gardens -  Cacti collection with over 600 species - the rare Succulent collection is represented with 400 taxa.
SWITZERLAND Städtische Sukkulentensammlung Zürich (ZSS) - A collection of  8,500 species from 45 different plant families
UNITED KINGDOM Adrian Bloom's famous 'Foggy Bottom Garden'  in Bressingham, Norfolk (Conifers) Ardkinglas Woodland Garden  
Great British Gardens - Beautiful gardens to visit
Hillier Gardens - great collection of hardy trees and shrubs, several national collections
U S A Bethlehem Nursery - largest collection of rare Sciadopitys Hidden Lake Gardens, MI - Harper Collection with over 500 accessions of dwarf and rare conifers displayed on 5 acres
Charles Dill, California (Bromeliads) Harry P. Leu Gardens - Orlando's Scenic Garden Setting
Cox Arboretum and Gardens - large private collection of temperate flora Huntington Gardens, California
Gee Farms, MI, 8 acre Arboretum Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Florida
Hobbitgarden, North Carolina Powell Gardens, Inc.
Lovett Pinetum, (Conifers) Historic Bartram's Garden, PA
Rain Forest Splendors (Exotics) Dow Gardens, MI 
Arboretum de Concord - A Conifer Wildlife Habitat certified by the National Wildlife Federation.
The private collection of conifers from around the world is grown for research
Fairchild Tropical Garden - Outstanding collection of well-documented tropical plants
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory - a great collection of cacti, succulents, shrubs grown under glass

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