13
Aug
2010
Botanic Park in Timisoara
Curiosity

Botanical Park of Timisoara Timisoara is on the map since 1936.

It was administered by Horticulture Department in 1959, was an area of 97. 895 sqm in the same year were made rabatele flowers and rare species were introduced as indicated Cana, Cercis siliquastrum, Magnolia stars, Paulownia imperialis and Kobus Magnolia.

In 1991, the garden was managed by University of Agricultural Sciences Oarcea C. Eng, and workforce practice being completed by students from the Faculty of Horticulture.

Current of over 1,000 species remaining 218 plant species and the park has recreational function.

Around the world, botanical gardens and parks are administratively under University and all are cared for students, teachers and foreign volunteers who prefer to spend their free time among plants.

I hope that soon someone will be smart and this wonderful park will resume its function Botanic Parkc.

Bibliography

V. pinch, Radoslav R., C. Oarcea, Z. Oarcea - Timisoara Green - Marineasa, 2005

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