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Bali's botanic garden, Indonesia


Botanic Gardens Conservation News 2(2): 49-52
Bali's botanic garden, Indonesia
Eka Karya Botanic Garden has become one of the main conservation centres in Indonesia since its establishment in 1959. Two native trees, Casuarina junghuhniana and Podocarpus javanicus, dominate the garden. In 1993, the garden contained 973 species representing 135 families, 530 genera and included 219 wild Balinese orchid species, 84 ornamental plant species and 39 species of medicinal plants.


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