Remember The Wild | A fervour for eucalypts: an interview with Dean Nicolle
FlexiQuiz - University of Melbourne Herbarium - Eucalypt Quiz
'Would you burn the Mona Lisa if it was sent?': Our horror bureaucratic bungle
A priceless French collection of 18th-century botanical specimens ended up being incinerated by Australian biosecurity last year. How?
– How-To: Propagating Native Plants with Nancy Shaw
If you’re looking for magic in your life, look no further than vegetative propagation.
Native hibiscus dulls male libido, says Indigenous botanist
Could our native hibiscus be the answer to male birth control?
Wollemi Pine Conservation Program
The Wollemi Pine - the 'Dinosaur tree or 'living fossil' - is one of the greatest botanical discoveries of our time. Find out about this amazing conifer and details of research projects involving staff of the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, in collaboration with other institutions.
Australia's emblematic beauties illustrated
Valued for their ecological and cultural values, Australia’s floral emblems represent the beauty and diversity of all our native flowers.
Botanical Names tell a Story
Want to be on trend in 2018? Start learning the language of plants NOW!
Aboriginal people spread native plants by hand: study
Bush-tucker plants were spread by hand across mountainous regions in New South Wales by Indigenous people, according to a new scientific theory published today.
The ambitious plan to plant nearly 100,000 trees a day with drones
Can drones help fight deforestation and climate change? This team of engineers hopes to use drones to plant 1 billion trees every year to fight an unfolding global catastrophe.