Resource centre > Journal Archives
BGCI publishes printed journals for its members. We put the articles from these journals in online archives one year after they are printed. In addition, we run several electronic information services which are also archived on the site.
All of these archives are linked from this page.
African Botanic Gardens Network Bulletin Archive
The African Botanic Gardens Network Bulletin is published and distributed freely by Botanic Gardens Conservation International to botanic gardens across Africa and is entirely dependent on the voluntary contributions by the staff from these institutions.
Education E-Update Archive
We've archived all Education E-Update issues so you can browse for items of interest by year and print them. Each article is linked to relevant gardens and other relevant content on the site so you can explore, make contacts and find out more about your subject.
Cultivate began in 2003 and has been coming out about every two months since then. Themes range from sustainability to climate change and we always invite feedback so these back issues are a great way to find out what's going on in botanic gardens and what people think about them.
BGjournal began in 2004. Before that, BGCI produced BGCNews, which is also archived here. Articles are published online six months after publication.
Roots: Browse by article
We've archived all Roots back issues online so you can browse for items of interest by year and print off articles of interest. Each article is linked to relevant gardens and other relevant content on the site so you can explore, make contacts and find out more about your subject.
BGjournal Special Anniversary Editions - Free
To commemorate BGCI's 20th Anniversary in 2007, the Rufford Maurice Laing Foundation has supported us in publishing two special editions of BGjournal and making them free to download from our website. Normally BGjournal is made available one year after being sent to BGCI members.
Cultivate, BGCI's regular e-bulletin brings you opinion, comment, case studies and surveys for and about the world's botanic gardens. Sign up today - click the link.