Kew's 'country garden', with plants from across the world. 500 acres of walled and water gardens, woodland and . wetland conservation area - home to four National Collections. Rare and exotic plants from the Himalayas and the Southern Hemisphere.
Wakehurst Place is funded, administered and maintained by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The Wellcome Trust Millennium Building, adjacent to Wakehurst Place, aims to house seeds from 10% of the world's flora by 2009 to save species from extinction in the wild. Enjoy the Millennium Seed Bank interactive public exhibition in the Orange Room and follow the journey of a seed from identification and collection, to drying and cold storage in the massive underground vaults. The mansion in the grounds is used principally for educational visits. Two rooms only are open to visitors
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