The Gothenburg Botanical Garden has published their living collection in BioAtlas and GBIF. The collection consists of 26 980 vascular plants collected from all over the world.
The collection is publicly displayed in the botanical garden. The garden proper is about 40 hectares and here grow some 16,000 different species and cultivars. There are many different parts of the garden such as the Rhododendron Valley, the Japanese Glade and the Rock garden. In the Greenhouses you will find about 4,000 various species and cultivars, including some 1,500 orchids, a remarkable travertine department and the rare Eastern Island Tree. The garden is involved in several conservation projects of threatened species in western Sweden.
Read more about the Gothenburg Botanical Garden and explore their records at BioAtlas Collectory.