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Why do we have green house in botanical gardens?
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Greenhouse is a structure with suitable walls and a roof in which plants are grown under regulated climatic conditions.

Most botanical gardens exhibit ornamental plants which require stringent/ optimum climatic conditions for their growth and/or flowering.

The greenhouse associated with botanical gardens are also used to grow and propagate those plants that may not survive seasonal changes.
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