• Herbal Medicines
  • Grafted plants
  • Herbal plants
  • Dictionary of Medicinal plants
Type of Garden
  • Conservation Altogether Botanical species
  • Preservation – Traditional siddha properties – Seed Bank
  • Hi-tech Nursery garden
  • Education on Horticulture, Siddha , Forest species
  • Preparation of Siddha Medicines – by 100% Natural plant sources
  • Metrological station
  • Tropical & Sub-tropical fruits cultivation

ABS Botanical Gardens
About the Garden
ABS Botanical Conservation Research and Training Centre is a non-profit research and training centre mainly concentrating on conservation of rare and endangered medicinal plants.  Apart from conservation work, this institution conducing various classes to farmers, women self help groups, school students and college students especially Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Siddha, Ayurveda and Botany graduates.

Mr. A. Balasubramanian(ABS) established this institution on 1995 and this institution was recognized by Periyar University, Salem as a “Research and training centre” on 15.09.2003.
About ABS
Collection and Conservation of Altogether plant species

With profound interest and involvement, since 1993 I collected all category of plant species from road-sides, jungles and nursery gardens during my travel in and around India. The collected plants have been planted and conserved in ABS botanical gardens, situated at Yercaud (a hill-station) and at Kaaripatti (tropical plains) of Salem district, TamilNadu. Continuous observation is undertaken till date and found most of the plants are under survival and yield. Around 3000 plant species are under conservation.
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