We provide a global voice for all botanic gardens
We are the world's largest plant conservation network
We mobilise botanic gardens and partners to secure plant diversity
BGCI promotes an efficient, cost-effective and rational approach to plant conservation in botanic gardens.
Be part of the largest network of botanic gardens and plant conservation experts in the world.
Connecting people+625Institutional members of BGCI
Sharing knowledge775People trained from 331 institutions in 67 countries
Saving plants+375KRare and threatened seedlings raised for conservation and restoration
Policy and advocacy60BGCI Accredited Botanic Gardens, Conservation Practitioners, and Advanced Conservation Practitioners
BGCI maintains searchable databases for those working in botanic gardens and plant conservation.
The only global database of plant taxa in botanic gardens and similar organisations.
The only global database of the world’s botanic gardens and similar organisations.
The only global database of all known tree species and their country-level distributions.
The only global database of all known conservation assessments of plants.
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Plants are essential for all life on earth, yet one-fifth of all plant species are threatened with extinction! No matter what size donation, every contribution makes a real difference to us.