The Botanischer Garten der Ruhr-Universität Bochum (13 hectares), also known as the Botanischer Garten Bochum, is a botanical garden maintained by the Ruhr University Bochum. It is located at Universitätsstraße 150, Bochum, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and open daily without charge.
The garden was founded in 1968 and has since been continuously expanded and improved. It opened to the public in 1971, with later developments as follows: tropical house, 1976; desert house, 1988; Chinese garden, 1990; savannah houses, 2000.
The garden is fenced, outdoors area (13,000 m²) cultivated plants in geobotanical regions, including forests, coasts, meadows, prairies, and marshes from the Americas, Asia, and Europe.
Its Chinese garden (1000 m²) was created from 1986-1990, and renovated in 2001, by skilled gardeners donated by the Tongji University in Shanghai as a sign of friendship It is named Qian Yuan (Qian Garden), reflecting a memory of Tao Qian poet (365-427 AD), and laid out in the southern Chinese style. The Euphorbia (350 species), other succulents, Cycadaceae, Canary Island plants, Eriocaulaceae (5 species), and alpine.
The garden's greenhouses (total area 3,500 m²) contain collections of succulent plants. They are organized as follows:More news: TEACHING & amp; LEARNING ENGLISH - TEACHING AND LEARNING SPANISH: IT IS PROHIBITED
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Tropical house (713 m², 17 meter height) - tropical jungle vegetation and useful plants, with small stream, herbs, banana trees, coffee bushes, etc.
Desert house - dry tropical and subtropical plants from South America, Madagascar, and South Africa.
Savannah houses - sclerophyllous shrubs from the savannahs of South Africa and Australia with accompanying vegetation.
Alpine House (140 m²) - plants from high mountains