Jardín Botánico de Córdoba

Acronym: COA


The Botanical Garden of Córdoba is a public foundation negotiated by the City Council and the University of Córdoba. As institution dedicated to the study of plants, it develops several functions and projects guided to the conservation and cultural spreading of the nature. This institution has social, didactic and scientific functions through visits, educational programs, cultural acts, exhibitions, conferences, congresses, scientific and spreading publications, programs of conservation of phytogenetical andalusian resources and botanical research. So, the Botanical Garden of Córdoba has become an institution of wide social projection and remarkable prestige in its international sphere since May of 1987, the day of its inauguration.


  1. Herbario COA, Jardín Botánico de Córdoba The Herbarium COA began in 1980. It approximately includes 75000 sheets of pressed and dried plants fundamentally from Andalusia. It is specialized in species of the family Brassicaceae, weeds and endemic plants of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands. The sheets are stored in 17 compact closets distributed by families, genus and species...

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