The Living Collection supports the Garden’s programs in horticulture, conservation, education and research. All elements of the Living Collection have biological, horticultural, educational, historical, cultural, research, and/or conservation content and value. Collectively, and individually, the Living Collection forms RSABG’s garden and as such has aesthetic, intrinsic, historic and cultural value. The Living Collection documents natural variation among plants as well as the geographic and ecological distribution of plants. The Living Collection is the living counterpart to the Herbarium Collection.
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Living Collection Policy
Publications & Documents
The American Public Gardens Association is partnering with the United States Forestry Service’s Forest Health Protection to establish living gene...READ MORE
Holding a Nationally Accredited Plant Collection™ is added recognition of your institution’s long-term commitment to plant collections preservation, and to...READ MORE
A listing of 99 references related to Acer spp., thanks to the Acer multisite collection of the Plant Collection Network.READ MORE
Florida tropical plant nurseries offer something many of us in the public garden world are using more and more, large and...READ MORE