As a premier botanical garden, we plan to have extensive scientific resources for students, scientists, hobbyists, and more. Some of these resources will be physical, while others will be digital. As we partner with other botanical organizations—other gardens and plant societies—we will share our resources using an informational network.
Currently, we do not have an infrastructure to support the sharing and distribution of botanical resources. However, as we continue to grow, you’ll be able to access select resources through this website. Our sitemap has been organized to be intuitive and easy to build out, but as always, if you have any questions about our botanical resources, please email our main office.
Looking to the future, this website will be the hub for all information about PBG, our collections, our research, and any research that we have permission to share. As for physical resources, we’ll have on-site laboratories, educational facilities, an herbarium, and an extensive botanical library. You can find out more about those future resources under our facilities section.