BGCI provides a global voice for all botanic gardens, championing and celebrating their inspiring work. We are the world's largest plant conservation network, open to all. Join us in helping to save the world's threatened plants.
It is a fact that many threatened plants are more abundant in people's gardens than in their wild habitats, and often they are cultivated far from their country of origin. So gardeners everywhere have an extremely important role to play, both in preserving and cultivating endangered plants, and in preventing the spread of alien species in vulnerable new habitats. Gardeners can also collect and share information on how to preserve plants and on climate change - there are several projects that anyone can get involved in.
The site for information about plants native to southern Africa and related topics. A very rich site, with comprehensive databases on south African plants, their uses, how to grow them, with images, ecology, distribution, in fact everything you could want to know.
Around a sixth of the world's population both live in a city and grow their own food. This fun and lively, colourful website investigates how people are growing food in urban areas and provides information on how food is produced.
Plants For A Future is a resource centre for rare and unusual plants, particularly those which have edible, medicinal or other uses. We practise vegan-organic permaculture with emphasis on creating an ecologically sustainable environment based largely on perennial plants.
Dave's Garden is a website where friends share their triumphs and dilemmas in their gardens and their lives. DG is also a place for gardeners to share seeds or plants with other gardeners. We also specialize in sharing information for the benefit of other gardeners.
Plantlife is the only charity working solely to protect Britain’s wild flowers and plants, fungi and lichens, and the habitats in which they are found. There are many great ways for everyone to get involved in plant conservation on their website. Click the link to find out more.
GPCA is creating a network of volunteers from throughout the state of Georgia to help locate lost rare plant populations, monitor known locations of endangered habitats, and serve as stewards for the 21 rare habitats under powerline right-of-ways.
Established in 1804, the Royal Horticultural Society is dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Their goal is to help people share a passion for plants, to encourage excellence in horticulture and inspire all those with an interest in gardening.
The RHS is carrying out research and providing information on how climate change is affecting UK gardens, altering the botanical make-up of Britain and what we can do to mitigate and reduce the fast-moving changes that are imapcting negatively on wildlife and gardens. This website is very useful.
SInce 1998, thousands of people across the UK have been helping to record the timing of natural events, such as the first leaf unfolding on a particular tree, or the first sight of a favourite bird in the spring. These records are helping scientists see how climate change is affecting nature now.
El portal dedicado al arte del bonsai que te ayuda a cultivar y cuidar tu bonsai a través de nuestros consejos y fichas, la revista gratuita Info Bonsai o nuestro foro de aficionados al bonsai. En definitiva, encontrarás todo lo que necesitas para disfrutar de tu bonsai.