New Garden Development

Many new gardens are taking shape around the world. Not all are open to the public yet, but great development is taking place to conserve and interpret plant diversity in cultivation and in the wild.

The Oman Botanical Garden
Focusing strongly on the native flora of Oman and the Omani culture, the garden will assign major importance to the linkages between plant diversity, culture and traditional knowledge through displays on medicinal plants and native wild relatives of nutritional plants and their traditional management systems. (BGCI)

New Botanical Garden Planned for Charlottesville Virginia, USA
The mission of McIntire Botanical Garden is to cultivate a public garden that reflects the unique character of the Piedmont region while promoting knowledge, enjoyment and conservation of native and site adapted plants through display, education and research.

The Royal Botanic Garden Jordan
The Royal Botanic Garden (RBG) was founded as a non-governmental, non-profit entity in 2005 to conserve the native flora of Jordan. RBG’s mission is to ensure native flora conservation through ecological restoration and providing research and demonstration site to address the environmental challenges of our times and generating hope for the future.

West Virginia Botanical Garden USA
Begun as only a dream in 2000, the WVBG is on its way to becoming a reality on the 82-acre former Tibbs Run Reservoir property off the Tyrone Road in Monongalia County, WV. The former 15-acre basin will be transformed into two smaller pools with islands and aquatic plant displays. The old water works, still present, will stand as a link to the past.

The Islamic Botanical Garden, UAE
The Islamic Botanical Garden vision is to improve education and promote awareness within the framework of sustainable development, preservation of Islamic culture, and environmental awareness.