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Challen Willemsen 🌿 8h
The downward-facing flower spike of Stanhopea graveolens, an orchid that grows on trees in montane forests in Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras.
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Markus Wagner 6h
V excited about this announcement: a new 5-part natural history programme called 'The Green Planet' to be narrated by Sir David Attenborough and that will be focusing on plants, not animal wildlife. Scheduled for 2021.
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John-Paul Flavell Dec 8
Deliciously raspberry ripple-like Oxalis versicolor (candy candy sorrel) at ! Native to South Africa, the flowers will only open in full sun.
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PHOENIX Dec 7
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PHOENIX 12h
"Fight for Your Right" ... it's the grass that will survive the storm, not the rotten old tree... 🇲🇹🌹🇲🇹
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Aaron Liston Dec 6
Sequoia sempervirens 😬 I hope the scaffolds are more accurate than the scientific name.
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American Society of Plant Taxonomists Dec 7
Did you notice a new issue of is available? It is. Check it out here:
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iNaturalist 1h
“The more I touch the wild, the more I love it.” Our Observation of the Week is this gorgeous parasitic Balanophora laxiflora seen by a bird researcher in in 2002! Read our blog post here:
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Wildflower Center 4h
Though most of the feathery, rust-colored needles have fallen from our resident bald cypress trees (Taxodium distichum), you can see another reason the species can be considered ornamental — they grow their own ornaments!
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GardeninNorway Dec 6
Helleborus «Anna’s Red» in our garden - the photo was taken in the end of November.
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Matt Berry 17h
Days 7 & 8 of my from Greece, as I forgot to upload yesterday! So here are 2 Anacamptis Fragrans from early May this year.
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Michael Fay Dec 3
Clive receives the Marsh Award for 2019 this evening in recognition of The New Flora (4th edition) published earlier this year
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John Adams Dec 5
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Jess Rickenback Dec 6
Just finished a wonderful visit to to get help identifying my Cambodian collections from 2018. Managed to enjoy the gardens as well of course! Special thanks to Gwilym Lewis and for some excellent hosting.
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Gavin Phillips Dec 7
of rare Olearia montana at point of dispersal - the perfect time for collection. This shrub which has electric purple flowers and is only found in the Tinderry Range SE of Canberra is another new species into the seed vault at
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totomam Dec 8
My winter cacti keep dropping their buds like every night on my poor succulents : c
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Johanna Jantzen Dec 4
I’ve been recruited to participate in a Plants vs Animals factoid battle for the Biology Department retreat. I’m in the “superpowers” category so please respond with your favourite plant superpower fact!
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Phil Gates Dec 2
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James Petruzzi Dec 7
For Day 7, we head for territory. Here are very very tiny rain-covered pūkiawe flowers (Leptecophylla tameiameiae)
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TheBowesCentre Dec 7
Did you know Mary Eleanor Bowes was described as ‘the most intelligent female of the age,’ (The Lives of Andrew Robinson Bowes Esq and the Countess of Strathmore, 1810). 2019 artist in exhibition reveals her life through
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