What: 16,900 species of plants
When: 31st May 2019
Kew Gardens in London, UK, has secured a new world record for the “largest collection of living plants at a single-site botanic garden”. The Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew London has gained recognition for a feat in biodiversity, housing a total of 16,900 species of plants within its 320-acre site.
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