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About Blog - AoB Blog keeps you up-to-date with the latest research in our journals, and interesting plant science news and views from around the world.
About Blog - The Chicago Botanic Garden cultivates the power of plants to sustain and enrich life. The Chicago Botanic Garden is a 385-acre living plant museum situated on nine islands featuring 26 display gardens and surrounded by four natural areas.
About Blog - From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of amazing evolutionary stories. Matt is obsessed with the botanical world. Plants are everything on this planet. They have this amazing ability to use our nearest star to break apart water and CO2 gas in order to grow and reproduce.
About Blog - The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of California native plants and their natural habitats, and to increasing the understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants.
About Blog - Sarah Gage curates the Botanical Rambles blog for the Washington Native Plant Society. She is a writer and editor, a broad-spectrum botanist, a cranky gardener, and an accidental bureaucrat. Her writing has appeared in the Seattle Times, The Seattle Weekly, Willow Springs, and Douglasia, as well as in numerous scientific papers and government reports.
About Blog - This blog will document Daniel's plant obsession.This blog is for equally plant obsessed, as well as for the plant interested and the plant curious people. Daniel is a citizen botany for the phytocurious.
About Blog - Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world.
About Blog - A person can learn a lot about plants through the everyday acts of slicing and eating them. This space is devoted to exploring food plants in all their beautiful detail as plants – as living organisms with their own evolutionary history and ecological interactions.
About Blog - Garden Bloggers Fling is an annual social and garden-touring event for garden bloggers. Held in a different city each year since its inception in 2008, the Fling has attracted garden bloggers from all over the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The 3- to 4-day event is organized and hosted by volunteer garden bloggers from the host city.
About Blog - The New York Flora Association encourage the production of botanical publications that are educational to the public and beneficial to the scientific community. They provide an umbrella organization for field and herbarium botanists that can represent their points of view. They erve as an information exchange for botanically related organizations and botanists active in New York State.
About Blog - The Botanical Artists Association of Southern Africa (BAASA) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting public awareness of botanical art in southern Africa. BAASA is open to all botanical artists, whether scientific illustrators or realistic flower painters, as well as collectors and those interested in furthering the tradition of botanical art.
Jamaica Plain, MA
About Blog - The Arnold Arboretum occupies 281 acres of land in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston. It is administered as an allied institution within the central administration of Harvard University. Collections of historical interest include the plants introduced from eastern Asia. In addition to its living collections the Arboretum holds a herbarium collection in excess of 1.3 million specimens.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
About Blog - UBC Botanical Garden has excellence in plant research, education and conservation. UBC Botanical Garden has broadened to include research, conservation, teaching and public display of temperate plants from around the world, particularly Asian, alpine and native plants.
About Blog - I'm Frank McDonough, Botanical Information Consultant here at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden. His job is to answer your questions about plants and just about everything related to them.
About Blog - Botany, the science of the vegetable kingdom, is one of the most attractive, most useful, and most extensive departments of human knowledge. The Planthunter is an online magazine with a focus on exploring the innumerable and endlessly curious connections between people and plants.
About Blog - The Pitcher Plant Project is Sarracenia curious childhood fascination of carnivorous plants that has grown to be an intense journey of wonder, creativity and growth. He is constantly learning and is being amazed by these fantastic plants.
About Blog - Situated on the Irish Wild Atlantic Way, Modern Botany inspired by the principles of botanical science utilises the best natural ingredients sourced from Ireland and all over the World. This multi-tasking product is a healthcare staple.
About Blog - The Longwood Graduate Program is a two-year graduate program, supported collaboratively by the University of Delaware and Longwood Gardens. This blog is an effort to showcase, through words and images, the myriad opportunities for students within the Program.