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Whats the 'point' Captain Cache? - OK0427
Set close to the Palm House
Owner: N4Hsuzanne
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altitude Altitude: 0 m. ASL.
location Region: United Kingdom (UK) > Merseyside
type Cache type: Multicache
size Size: Small
status Status: Ready to be found
hidden Date hidden: 26-10-2017
creation-date Date created: 26-10-2017
published-date Date published: 26-10-2017
last-mod Last modification: 26-10-2017
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Not found 1x Not found
Note 0 notes
watchers 1 watchers
visits 4 visitors
votes 0 x rated
score Rated as: n/a
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Listed on Opencaching only  Parking nearby  Public restrooms nearby  Point of interest  Not available 24/7  Available during winter  Bring your children 

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Founded by William Roscoe ( 1753-1831) in 1802, and one of the oldest horticultural collections in Britain.

By 1807 the Collection contained more than 4,000 different plants, particularly ‘useful’ (economic) plants which Roscoe believed could increase Liverpool’s prosperity. For example as food, fibres and medicines. Roscoe was an expert botanist, poet and politician. Sefton Park Palm House and Croxteth Park Walled Garden maintain the surviving Liverpool Collection, under licence from the City Council. Roscoe’s Herbarium has its home at World Museum Liverpool. Liverpool holds Plant Heritage Collections for Dracaena, Codiaeum, Coleus and Bromeliads


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