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American Journal of Botany
An internationally renowned journal publishing innovative, significant research of interest to a wide audience of scientists in all areas of plant biology (including ecology, evolution, physiology, biodiversity, systematics, development, genetics, paleobotany, structure and function), all levels of organization (ecosystem to molecular), and all organisms studied by botanical researchers (including land plants, algae, fungi, lichen, cyanobacteria)

Australian National Botanical Gardens
The Australian National Botanic Gardens maintains a scientific collection of native plants from all parts of Australia. The plants are displayed for the enjoyment and education of visitors and are used for research into plant classification and biology. A herbarium of preserved plant specimens is closely associated with the living collection. The Gardens also cultivates plants threatened in the wild. This helps protect them against extinction and provides information which might assist reintroduction to their natural habitat.

Botanical Dimensions

Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Botanical Society of America

Botany Conference

Flora of China

Harvard University Herbaria & Libraries

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Missouri Botanical Garden

National Plants Database

National Tropical Botanical Gardens

Plant Resource Center at the University of Texas

Serre de la Madone
Tropical Garden situated in the South of France, on the Riviera.

Society for Economic Botany

Southern California Ethnobotany
Database of the popular native plants in southern California with a history of usage by early settlers in the region.

The Mints of Texas

The New York Botanical Garden

W3 Tropicos

Zilker Botanical Garden
The Austin Area Garden Center is a non-profit organization established in 1955 to support Zilker Botanical Garden's mission to promote the education and love of gardening among people of all ages. Its projects support the beautification of the gardens visited yearly by half a million people from around the world. Its education programs reach thousands of school children and adults every year. Read more about the Garden Center and its history to find out how it all started.