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This year, Botanical Gardens Alive of the U of A has expanded its Botanical Garden Program.
The Botanical GARDEN Program is a three-year commitment, which includes planting seedlings in nurseries throughout the U, and is designed to foster new species.
These nurseries are part of the botanical ecosystem of the gardens, which also includes flowering plants and trees.
The plants are then released into the wild.
The program was developed by the Horticulture and Plant Pathways program and the Horticultural and Plant Sciences program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The Botanical Gardening Program, which has grown from the botanic gardens of the 1930s and is currently located at the U’s Department of Horticulture, is a partnership between the U and the Botanical and Botanical Education Program at the Botanic Gardens, the University said.
The program is the UAB program’s first in-house partnership.
It was established in 1990 to support the development of the university’s botanical education programs.
It is funded through a $1 million grant from the University Foundation, which provides financial support to universities.