Montgomery Botanical Center
Montgomery Botanical Center is the living legacy of Robert and Nell Montgomery, widely known as the founders of Fairchild Tropical Garden (now Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden). Housed on their 120-acre Coral Gables estate, it included the largest and finest private collections of palms and cycads in the world. As a living tribute to her late husband, in 1959 Nell created The Montgomery Foundation, Inc.—later renamed the Montgomery Botanical Center (MBC)—as an independent, nonprofit institution devoted to advancing the science of tropical botany.
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|Pseudophoenix sargentii ssp. saonae var. navassana||Arecaceae||Available|