Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The Cambridge University Botanic Garden, founded in 1762, has for many years been not only a centre of research excellence and horticultural expertise, but also a beautiful environment for Cambridge residents and visitors to enjoy.

The Garden spans an impressive 40 acres in the centre of Cambridge and contains over 8,000 plant species in a diversity of habitats, including the iconic glasshouses. Visitors can experience the changing of the seasons through the drama of plant life as each month brings something new.

The Botanic Garden products at Curating Cambridge strive to capture the vibrancy, variety, and colour of the plants. Our most popular range features the Bee Borders, flowerbeds planted in a garden cottage style with purples, blues, and dashes of yellow to attract bees throughout their foraging season.

We have reproduced the eye-catching flora of the Bee Borders across a selection of products including a jigsaw puzzle, tea towel, and notelet packs.


6 products

6 products