This page gives access to Uppsala Linnaean Garden's searchable databases. Plants grown in the Botanical Garden are accessible in the data base. You can also find out in which part of the Garden the plants are grown.
One of the main tasks of The Linnaean Gardens is to provide plant material for research. Many of the plants in the gardens have been gathered during expeditions around the world. If you, as a scientist, need further information about specific plants in our gardens, please feel free to contact us at +46 (0) 18 471 28 32 or by e-mail.
The garden herbarium is located att the Museum of Evolution at Uppsala University.
Search the The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala Living Collections
Either * or ] can be used as wildcard characters at the end of any search values. For example to search for all values starting with Mag, enter:
mag* or mag]
Multiple search criteria should be separated by a comma.
For example to lookup only Clivia nobilis, enter:
To look up both Clivia nobilis and Camellia japonica, enter:
Clivia nobilis, Camellia japonica
These data are extracted from the on-line Living Collections database, BG-BASE, and made available on the Web using the HTMLEXPORT software developed at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
- Area 5A-14 K, North side of Norbyvägen, with the Orangery (area 3)
- Area 15A-17T, South side of Norbyvägen, with the Tropical Greenhouse (area 2A-2E)
Area 20, map not available
Area L, map not available