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Re: Botanical gardens


Try the AABGA.  The American Association of Botanical Gardens and
Arboreta.   http://www.AABGA.org

Don Lambert

> Steve Castle wrote:
> 1.  How many Botanical Gardens are there in the US?
> 2.  How many are in the South?
> 3.  What are some of the Best Gardens to visit in the South?
> 4.  Are there any in Nashville? If so where are they?
> I was just curious about these botanical gardens, any information you
> could give me would be great
> Thanks
>   Steve

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