(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.
© 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).