12 Jul '11, 5pm

Visit the Eden Project – Horticultural Paradise

Visit the Eden Project – Horticultural Paradise

A horticultural wonderland, known as the Eden Project, featuring over one million plants, is very much worth the visit. Developed by founder Tim Smit, this remarkable site is located in Cornwall, UK, on what once was an abandoned clay mine, dormant for some 160 years, Visitors to the Eden Project will discover a rich and abundant garden considered by the Guinness Book of Records to be the world’s largest greenhouse. is a unique resource center for people who want to know more about nature and the environment. The greenhouse features three distinct biomes that feature different environments. A biome is a complex biotic community characterized by distinctive plant and animal species. Constructed under the guidance of Eden’s chief executive, Tim Smit, a talented team of horticulturalists has created the site. The enclosed biomes are bubble structures that were constructed usi...

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/07/12/visit-the-eden-projec...

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