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The Ex-situ Conservation for Four Chinese Magnolia species

 毛果木莲(Magnolia hebecarpa)The family Magnoliaceae is one of the most primitive groups of angiosperms (flowering plants),which comprises 2 genera and over 300 species mainly distributed throughout southeastern Asia and tropical Ameri...

Integrated conservation of Magnolia sinostellata, Zhejiang

Local coordinator: Fairylake Botanical Garden Described in 1989, Magnolia sinostellata is known from only three locations in southern Zhejiang province. Naturally occurring in mixed coniferous and deciduous forests at an elevation of 700-1,250 m, wi...

Cuba - Conserving Magnolia cubensis ssp. acunae

  Magnolia cubensis ssp. acunae is endemic to the montane rainforests of Guamuhaya. This species grows between 700m and 950m, aligning with the elevation range that was previously occupied by rainforests, but has now been converted to coffee ...

Demonstration of Conservation and Reintroduction of Rare and Endangered Species, Dipteronia dyeriana, Magnolia odoratissima and M. aromatica

Dipteronia dyeriana (Yunnanjinqianqi): There are only two species in the genus Dipteronia Oliv., an endemic group to China. Dipteronia dyeriana is one of them, with distribution limited to southeastern Yunnan. It is very suitable for studies on the s...

Magnolias: Bloom or Doom? - Media Kit

Magnolias may be blooming in Britain’s gardens this spring, but in the wild it’s an altogether different story. Over half the world’s magnolia species are facing extinction in their native forest habitats, according to an authoritative new report from BGCI and FFI.

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Rare magnolias get a second chance at Shenzhou Magnolia Garden

40 rare and endangered magnolia species growing well at Shenzhou Magnolia Garden.

First Lady Michelle Obama brings Magnolia seedling to USDA

The first lady Michelle Obama visited the Department of Agriculture (USDA) last week and brought a gift: a seedling from the White House's Jackson magnolia. President Andrew Jackson planted the tree more than 180 years ago, in honour of his wife Rachel - it was one of her favourite trees.

The New Progress of the Conservation of Critically Endangered Tree Magnolia longipedunculata

The distribution of the Critically Endangered tree Magnolia longipedunculata, is only restricted to the Nankunshan Nature Reserve in South China. The species is threatened with extinction because of its small number of individuals and the impediments...


“峨眉拟单性木兰(Magnolia omeiensis)遗传多样性研究及综合保护”项目极小种群野生植物峨眉拟单性木兰回归自然的启动仪式及培训在峨眉山植物园成功举行。

Manglietia sinica on IUCN Species of the Day

Manglietia sinica, also known as Magnolia sinica, is listed as ‘Critically Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

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Arboretum of M. M.Grishko National Botanical Garden, NAS, Ukraine

A look at the Arboretum of the M M Grishko National Botanical Garden (NBG).

Cultivate 58: Springing into action


Conserving trees through partnership

Douglas Gibbs explains how BGCI has successfully evaluated the conservation status of thousands of trees by collaborating with local communities and contributed to the implementation of Target 2 of the GSPC.

Ringve Botanical Garden, Norway - 20 Years Anniversary

Ringve Botanical Garden in Norway was established in 1973. A symposium had been planned to celebrate the 20th anniversary, but this unfortunately had to be abandoned. The garden lies on the Ringve estate on the Lade peninsula.

The Sancti Spiritus Botanic Garden in Cuba

This new garden is situated in the Sancti Spiritus Province of Cuba, 1.5 km from the provincial capital city of Sancti Spiritus, a city that was founded in 1514. Its area includes 54 ha of low-lying land with alluvial soil and gabro soil on higher ground. The Garden (JBSS) opened in July 1996.

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