A week ago, the Smithsonian Institution opened the doors of its new Botanical Gardens of America.

The Smithsonian, founded in 1865, is one of the world’s most important museums of science and culture, and it is home to some of the country’s most remarkable works of art, from the famed American painter Francis Bacon to the late Howard Hughes.

In addition to the gardens, the museum hosts a permanent collection of art and objects from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, as well as a collection of works by local artists.

The botanical gardens have been an integral part of the Smithsonian since the late 1800s.

For the past two decades, they have housed a variety of botanical specimens that are housed in their museum’s botanical garden.

The garden’s collection is so extensive that it includes some plants that were only recently discovered.

Here’s what you need to know about these plants, their habitats and the plants themselves.

Some of these plants are already on display at the Botanical Garden of the National Museum.

But many more are waiting for you in the gardens’ permanent collection.

Here are some of them.

The plants that are in the Botanic Gardens of the World’s Best Gardens exhibit.

The Washington Gardens of Northern Virginia, known as WNVFV, are one of only two gardens in the United States with its own collection of plants that can be identified by their color.

The other is the Botany Garden of North Carolina.

These plants have a range of habitats ranging from grassland to coastal areas.

Some are native to the U.S., others are native only to the continental United States.

Some live in grasslands and forests, and some are native exclusively to coastal environments.

The variety of plants they grow in varies greatly from region to region, but they all have their habitats in one way or another.

In some cases, these habitats include grasslands, forests and mixed stands of grassland and forest, while in others, they are mixed with mixed stands and are mostly in coastal areas of the U., the eastern U. S., and Canada.

In fact, a number of plants are native or endemic to the American west coast.

For example, the Virginia native lily of the genus Chrysomelium is native to British Columbia and California.

The Virginia native lemon of the species Rhinoceros japonicus is native only in the eastern Pacific.

And the Kentucky native potato is native in the U, but is also native to Mexico and Central America.

These are just a few of the plants that live in the garden, and the gardens are home to more than 4,000 plants, including hundreds of species of plants from across the globe.

Here is a look at the gardens collection.

The gardens’ collection includes over 600 plant species.

Some were found in the botanical collection or in the museum, but some were first collected at the Smithsonian in the late 1920s.

These include the Japanese native potato, which is found only in North America and is also a native plant in China and Taiwan, and Chinese water lepidopteran.

This particular plant is found throughout the western U.s. and Canada, and was originally discovered in the 1930s by a British botanist who was searching for a plant that would help to kill rats in a city.

This was later reported to be the first recorded occurrence of this plant.

Other plants are from all over the world.

In the 1930, this native potato was collected by a botanists from the Philippines.

This plant was named for its large size and, as it was found in a garden, it was named the Philippine potato.

The species name refers to the Philippine island of Luzon, which was the first to be named after the plant.

The plant was also found in other gardens, such as the Botanica dolores planta, which has a range from the Caribbean to the Pacific Ocean.

The American lemon of genus Asteraceae is found in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, among other states.

It was first described in the 1920s in a botanical book and later named after one of its leaves.

The name means “little star,” and the species is native and endemic to southern California, New York and Connecticut.

This species was found to have a thick, greenish-brown bark that could be used as a hedge against birds and snakes.

This herb also had a flower that would appear in a single flower stalk, which made it very attractive to the flower-loving birds and other predators of the night sky.

The U.K. native potato also has a variety that is native or indigenous to the United Kingdom, including the native potato of Kent, which lives in the south-west corner of England.

This potato was first identified in a book and named in 1924.

This native potato can be found throughout Great Britain and the U of T. Some plants that have been described as native to Europe