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Hidden gem: Exploring an unspoiled natural retreat - The Daily Progress


The Daily Progress
Fortune's Cove lies along the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions of Virginia and hosts “a unique collection of fauna from both areas,” according to the Nature Conservancy website. The combination of plant species within the preserve is “extremely rare ...

Sydney cruise ship plan for Garden Island rejected, leaving Botany Bay as next option - ABC News


ABC News
The NSW Government is preparing a business case to develop Port Botany as a cruise ship hub to deal with increasing demand, after the Federal Government rejected plans for cruise ships to dock alongside naval vessels at Garden Island in Sydney Harbour ...
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Princess Mako visits Brazilian zoology museum that's home to millions of specimens - The Japan Times


The Japan Times
The collection at the Museum of Zoology includes fish specimens that the Japanese Emperor donated to the university after his visit to Sao Paulo in 1978, when he was Crown Prince. The princess showed interest in the specimens and asked questions, ...

Missouri Botanical Garden Rare Books Collection

Saint Louis - United States

Rare Book Digitization Project, with the goal of digitizing and preserving botanically significant books in our private holdings in order to make them available to an international audience.

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Missouri Botanical Garden
United States

Located on a 79 acre site in St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden is world-renowned for its fundamental botanical research, horticultural display and education programs.

Missouri Botanical Garden
United States

"To discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment in order to preserve and enrich life." - Missouri Botanical Garden mission. Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden in continuous operation and a National Historic Landmark. The Garden is a center for botanical research and science education, as well as an oasis in the city of St. Louis. The Garden offers 79 acres of beautiful hor

United States

A peer-reviewed journal that contains papers primarily in systematic botany with an emphasis on tropical botany: tables of contents and abstracts.

Seiwa-en: Missouri Botanical Garden
United States

All the features of this Japanese garden - including paths, lanterns, structures, and plants - are shown in wonderful photos with descriptions.

Missouri Botanical Garden Library
United States

Web-searchable catalog, archives, and digitized rare books.

Missouri Botanical Garden: Plant Science
United States

World-leading botanical research and conservation institution documents its collection of plant specimens and associated images in TROPICOS and other databases.

United States

Describes current research, including ethnobotany, medicinal botany, traditional uses of plants, and bioprospecting. Also: research policy, discoveries, DNA-banking, Chatham Fellowship, staff, and links.

Victoria Lilies at the Missouri Botanical Garden
United States

Information about the history and cultivation of these giant water lilies. Includes historic photos.

Dokmai Garden : Chiang Mai Botanical Garden
Thailand

Dokmai Garden is a private Chiang Mai botanical garden, providing a gateway to the understanding of the nature and culture of northern Thailand. The Thai family Seehamongkol live in this private 4 hectare (10 acres) botanical garden. After the introduction you get from us we believe you will be better prepared to understand other Thai gardens, local food markets and the nearby national parks where thorough information and English and scientific n

United States

Did you know that the bryophyte herbarium at the Missouri Botanical Garden contains over 500,000 mounted specimens? Learn more about Bryology at MBG. MOST is the searchable nomenclatural moss database, MOSs TROPICOS, at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Information retrieved includes date and place of publication, synonyms and their references, group and family placement, etc.