Geelong award

February 2004
Australian Horticulture;Feb2004, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p6
Reports on the Parks and Leisure award received by the City of Greater Geelong, Victoria for the 21st Century Garden at the Geelong Botanic Gardens in 2004. Purpose of the award; Reasons for choosing the city for the award; Number of plant species in the Geelong Botanic Gardens.


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