(a) A botanical garden is a place for growing flowers for educational purposes for scientific workers.
(b) It is also an inspiration for general public to create their interest in plant life.
(c) It displays different varieties of cultivated plants, medicinal plants and other economic values.
(d) A botanical garden also has a herbarium and a library for reference studies.
(e) They are basic sources of information about different types of plants.
Some of these gardens are as follows :
(i) Orto Botanical Garden of Padue (Itlaly)
(ii) Royal Botanical Garden, Kew (England)
(iii) National Botanical Garden, (Lucknow)
(iv) Indian Botanical Garden, (Kolkata)
(v) Lloyed Botanical Garden, (Darjeeling).