The Botanical Garden was established in 1890 by E. L. Greene, the first chairman of the Department of Botany. In the 1920s the garden was moved to Strawberry Canyon with a landscape design by J. W. Gregg from the University's Department of Landscape Design. The garden was organized on a geographical basis in settings resembling native habitats. There are over 12,000 different kinds of plants from around the world displayed over 34 acres. The garden is also used as a wedding venue.
The University of California Botanical Garden, 200 Centennial Drive #5045, Berkeley, California, USA, CA 94720-5045
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