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Title: Los jardines botánicos alpinos o la pasión por las plantas por encima de los dos mil metros
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, Asociación Oficina Verde de la UMU
ISSN: 1697-0071 (papel)
1697-0454 (electrónico)
Related subjects: 58 - Botánica
Abstract: The Alpine Gardens in and near the Alps display thousands of alpine plant species, not only from Europe, but from all over the world. It is noticeable the care taken by gardeners and curators to keep in order the displays every year, labelling thoroughly the plants in cultivation, after the snow carpet melts. The older one, amongst alpine gardens, is the Alpengarten in Vienna, however most impressive are those situated in the Aosta Valley (Italy): Saussurea in the Mont Blanc area, Chanousia and Paradisia; or in the Trentino and Alto Adige Viotte dil Monte Bondone. The Patscherkofel Alpine Botanic Garden of the Innsbruck University is small and nice, with splendid views over the Inn River valley. Do not miss in France the Jardin Alpin du Col de Lautaret (Isere), near the famous col Du Galibier and Ja¨ysinia, a landscaped alpine garden in Samo¨ens (Haute Savoie)
Primary author: Rivera Núñez, Diego
Obón de Castro, Concepción
Faculty / Departments / Services: Biología Vegetal
Published in: Eubacteria, nº 20 (2008)
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Number of pages / Extensions: 8
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Appears in Collections:Nº20 (2008)

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