The Botanical Garden of the Republic of India (BGIR) Noida was established by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. Need for 1st Conference on Biological Diversity held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the ex-situ conservation of the country’s endemic and threatened plants with the objectives of India’s primarily concerning scientific research, environmental education, training, awareness, and recreation According to. Earth Summit ‘in 1992. The total land area of the park is 163.79 acres. Currently, more than 10,500 individuals from around 900 plant species brought from 23 states of the country are protected in various classes/areas such as economic plants, green belt/woodland, fruits, medicinal plants, cactus, and juicy, nurseries, and water bodies have gone. Seeds of 269 plant species including Geodorum appendiculate Griff. Endemic seeds in Assam and Andaman are preserved in the bank. In the water bodies of the garden, Victoria amazonica (Pope.) J.C. Sowerby, Nelumbo nucifera Garton. And 5 different species of Nymphaea L. flowers of 5 different colors i.e. red, blue, purple, white, and yellow as well as a ‘Map of India’ (size length 83 feet and width 75 feet) But live plants, lush green carpet grasses of the country and endemic and threatened plants are the main attraction for visitors like students, researchers, scientists, and nature lovers. Ceratopteris thalictroides (L.) Brongniart A fern developed naturally in this garden. Not only that, the congenital condition may have been developed by plantation / culturing with the flora of the country, naturally, many organisms also attract, disturb, and multiply what needs to be invented.
Rural Area of Indian Republic
Natural Survey of India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Government. Capt. Vijayant Thapar Marg of India, Sector 38A
Gautam Buddha Nagar, Noida
Uttar Pradesh 201303 India