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Kew's Gardens, the world's largest plant collection
The place has 16,900 species of plants. Kew Gardens in London (England) were established in 1759. They house the most diverse and largest collection of living flora in the world. Titan Arum, the tallest and most fragrant plant on Earth, is one of the many tenants of the premises. Photo credit: Charlie Seaman
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