Plants in Print: The Age of Botanical Discovery
will be available as a traveling exhibit beginning January 2005.

The exhibition includes thirteen exhibit cases, book mounts, five free-standing interpretive wall panels, supporting materials, and a special and unique selection of rare books describing five centuries of plant exploration around the world.

In order to accommodate as many host-sites as possible, the exhibition will be made available for periods of two to four months at any given institution. Arrangements to host the exhibition must be made at least ten to twelve weeks in advance. However, to reserve a preferred time slot, it is best to make arrangements as early as possible.

For more information contact:

Lenhardt Library
Chicago Botanic Garden
847-835-8201
library@chicagobotanic.org


The United States Botanic Garden and the Chicago Botanic Garden has been made Plants in Print available as a traveling exhibition as part of the educational and outreach activities of both institutions.






Plants in Print: The Age of Botanical Discovery is a collaboration
between the United States Botanic Garden and the Chicago Botanic Garden
to share the rich history of botany and plant exploration with a nationwide audience.

The Chicago Botanic Garden is owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.
©United States Botanic Garden and Chicago Botanic Garden
Photographs by William Biderbost © Chicago Botanic Garden