John Bartram avatar

John Bartram (Botanist) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

love 216,660 FANS LOVE
🎉 Countdown to John Bartram's birthday 🎂
  • -- Days
  • -- Hours
  • -- Minutes
  • -- Seconds
John Bartram was an early Anglo-American colonial botanists, gardeners, and explorers, based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for most of his career. Swedish taxonomist and botanist Carl Linnaeus said he was “the world's greatest natural botanist”. Bartram corresponded and shared North American plants and seeds with many scientists in the UK and Europe. He started what became known as Bartram's Garden in 1728 at his ranch in Kingsaging. It is considered the first botanical garden in the United States. His sons and descendants operated it until 1850. Still active in a partnership between the City of Philadelphia and a non-profit organization, it was designated a National Historic Site in 1960
Born March 23, 1699, Darby, Pennsylvania Colony
Died September 22, 1777, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Colony
Resting place Darby Friends Cemetery, Darby, Pennsylvania
Citizenship English colonial
Nationality American (USA)
Fields botanist

About John Bartram

In the eighteenth century, American botanists introduced"New World" species to European gardeners and botanists.

John Bartram before fame

He was raised in a Quaker household and went on to become a farmer who was self-taught in medicine and therapeutic herbs.

Achievement of John Bartram

He was chosen as a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1769.

John Bartram family life

He was married to Mary Maris from 1723 until her death in 1727, after which he married Ann Mendenhall. He has eleven children in total.

Associations of John Bartram

Botanist Carl Linnaeus labeled him the"greatest natural botanist in the world".

Top Facts You Did Not Know About John Bartram

Darby Meeting - Darby Meeting or Darby Meeting House is located in Darby, Pennsylvania. Minutes of the first meeting were recorded on 2 July 1684, shortly after William Penn landed in nearby Chester to establish the colony of Pennsylvania.. The Darby Free Library is a public library located at 1001 Main Street in Darby Borough, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.. Franklinia - Franklinia is a genus of a tree in the Theaceae family of tea. The only species in this genus is a species of flowering tree, the Franklinia alatamaha, commonly known as the Franklin tree, and is native to the Altamaha River Valley in Georgia, the southeastern United States.. Humphry Marshall - Humphry Marshall is an American botanist and plant merchant.. Thomas Say - Thomas Say is an American entomologist, homology researcher and weed researcher.. 18th Century Quakers TM_VZ! 17th century Quakers TM_VZ! Botanists active in North America. American gardeners. The people of Pennsylvania were colonized. Quakers of America. Members of the American Philosophical Association

People also ask about John Bartram

What is John Bartram's real name?

When is John Bartram's birthday?

When did John Bartram die?

At what age did John Bartram die?

Where is John Bartram from?

When was John Bartram born?

How tall is John Bartram?

What is John Bartram's net worth 2022?


Latest information about John Bartram updated on March 23 2022.