List of plants in the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens

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This List of plants in the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens is based on data published by the gardens and updated annually.[1] The gardens collection includes nearly 2,000 different species and over half of these are succulents. The gardens are noted for their collection of species from the African Aloe genus.[1]

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Acanthaceae[edit]

Adoxaceae[edit]

Aizoaceae[edit]

Amaranthaceae[edit]

Amaryllidaceae[edit]

Amaryllidaceae[edit]

Annonaceae[edit]

Apiaceae[edit]

Apocynaceae[edit]

Aquifoliaceae[edit]

Araceae[edit]

Araliaceae[edit]

Araucariaceae[edit]

Arecaceae[edit]

Aristolochiaceae[edit]

Asparagaceae[edit]

Aspleniaceae[edit]

Asteraceae[edit]

Balsaminaceae[edit]

Begoniaceae[edit]

Berberidaceae[edit]

Betulaceae[edit]

Bignoniaceae[edit]

Blechnaceae[edit]

Boraginaceae[edit]

Pride of Gibraltar

Brassicaceae[edit]

Bromeliaceae[edit]

Burseraceae[edit]

Buxaceae[edit]

Cactaceae[edit]

Campanulaceae[edit]

Cannabaceae[edit]

Cannaceae[edit]

Capparaceae[edit]

Caprifoliaceae[edit]

Caryophyllaceae[edit]

Casuarinaceae[edit]

Celestraceae[edit]

Chenopodiaceae[edit]

Cistaceae[edit]

Clusiaceae[edit]

Colchicaceae[edit]

Commelinaceae[edit]

Convolvulaceae[edit]

Coriariaceae[edit]

Cornaceae[edit]

Corynocarpaceae[edit]

Costaceae[edit]

Crassulaceae[edit]

Cucurbitaceae[edit]

Cupressaceae[edit]

Cyathaceae[edit]

Cycadaceae[edit]

Cyperaceae[edit]

Davalliaceae[edit]

Dicksoniaceae[edit]

Didiereaceae[edit]

Dilleniaceae[edit]

Dipsacaceae[edit]

Drosophyllaceae[edit]

Dryopteridaceae[edit]

Ebenaceae[edit]

Echinocereus[edit]

Eleagnaceae[edit]

Ephedraceae[edit]

Ericaceae[edit]

Escalloniaceae[edit]

Euphorbiaceae[edit]

Fabaceae[edit]

Fagaceae[edit]

Ferocactus[edit]

Frankeniaceae[edit]

Garryaceae[edit]

Geraniaceae[edit]

Gesnariaceae[edit]

Ginkgoaceae[edit]

Griseliniaceae[edit]

Grossulariaceae[edit]

Gymnocalycium[edit]

Haloragidaceae[edit]

Hamamelidaceae[edit]

Hydrangeaceae[edit]

Hydrocharitaceae[edit]

Iridaceae[edit]

Juglandaceae[edit]

Lamiaceae[edit]

Liliaceae[edit]

Linaceae[edit]

Lomariopsidaceae[edit]

Lythraceae[edit]

Magnoliaceae[edit]

Malvaceae[edit]

Mammillaria[edit]

Meliaceae[edit]

Melianthaceae[edit]

Montiaceae[edit]

Moraceae[edit]

Musaceae[edit]

Myoporaceae[edit]

Myrsinaceae[edit]

Myrtaceae[edit]

Nelumbonaceae[edit]

Nyctaginaceae[edit]

Nymphaeaceae[edit]

Oleaceae[edit]

Onagraceae[edit]

Orchidaceae[edit]

Orobanchaceae[edit]

Oxalidaceae[edit]

Paeoniaceae[edit]

Pandanaceae[edit]

Papaveraceae[edit]

Passifloraceae[edit]

Phrymaceae[edit]

Phytolaccaceae[edit]

Pinaceae[edit]

Piperaceae[edit]

Pittosporaceae[edit]

Plantaginaceae[edit]

Platanaceae[edit]

Plumbaginaceae[edit]

Poaceae[edit]

Podocarpaceae[edit]

Polygalaceae[edit]

Polypodiaceae[edit]

Pontederiaceae[edit]

Portulacaceae[edit]

Proteaceae[edit]

Pteridaceae[edit]

Ranunculaceae[edit]

Restionaceae[edit]

Rhamnaceae[edit]

Rosaceae[edit]

Rubiaceae[edit]

Rutaceae[edit]

Salicaceae[edit]

Santalaceae[edit]

Sapindaceae[edit]

Saxifragaceae[edit]

Scrophulariaceae[edit]

Simaroubaceae[edit]

Simmondsiaceae[edit]

Smilacaceae[edit]

Solanaceae[edit]

Strelitziaceae[edit]

Tamaricaceae[edit]

Taxaceae[edit]

Theaceae[edit]

Theophrastaceae[edit]

Thymelaeaceae[edit]

Tropaeolaceae[edit]

Ulmaceae[edit]

Urticaceae[edit]

Valerianaceae[edit]

Verbanaceae[edit]

Violaceae[edit]

Vitaceae[edit]

Xanthorrhoeaceae[edit]

Zamiaceae[edit]

Zingiberaceae[edit]

References[edit]