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Eye on Plants – Pogostemon guamensis​

POSTED ON Tue Jul 27, 2021
It takes many plants years to be identified, recognized, and published as a “new species.” For Pogostemon guamensis it was a 40-year journey.
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Figs, Wasps, and Fidelity

POSTED ON Wed Jul 14, 2021
The diversity of figs in NTBG’s living collection helped two scientists understand how fig and wasp relationships form and fall apart. Check out the full story!
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An Eye On Plants: Pogostemon guamensis

July 27, 2021

By Jon Letman Inherent in the notion of discovery is a sense of immediacy, but […]

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Figs, wasps, and fidelity

July 14, 2021

By Jared Bernard If you were a botanist, you might think NTBG’s garden sites on […]

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NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

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Uala – Hawaiian Sweet Potato

June 8, 2021

By Mike DeMotta, Curator of Living Collections ­ “He ‘uala ka ‘ai ho’ola koke i […]

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NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

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Turning the Tide on Climate Change: Sea Water, Salinity and Coastal Plants

May 7, 2021

Coastal plants may provide some of our best defenses against the impacts of climate change. […]

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Preserved Plants Play Foundational Role in Protecting Biodiversity

April 20, 2021

Around the globe, biological scientists are racing to discover and document species before they are […]

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NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

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NTBG completes Red List catalogue of endemic plants

April 19, 2021

Researchers with the National Tropical Botanical Garden were devastated when the last known wild member of the endemic flowering plant Hibiscadelphus woodii was found dead in the Kalalau Valley in 2011.

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Finding Climate Solutions with Ancient Knowledge and New Technology

April 8, 2021

NTBG Science and Conservation staff blend traditional conservation knowledge with new technology to save plant species on the brink.

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How Hawaii Scientists Are Keeping Their Research Alive During The Pandemic

January 6, 2021

Fewer trips to the field have become the norm as scientists adapt by working from […]

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NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

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Uala – Hawaiian Sweet Potato

June 8, 2021

By Mike DeMotta, Curator of Living Collections ­ “He ‘uala ka ‘ai ho’ola koke i […]

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Plant Hunters Secure Biodiversity Hotspots

December 18, 2020

Today, NTBG’s plant hunters combine lessons from the past with modern technology to secure biodiversity hotspots in Hawaii and Florida.

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Simple Banana Recipes

December 8, 2020

In honor of our Healthy Plants, Healthy Planet fall campaign, we are sharing these incredibly simple banana recipes!

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NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

Full Article

Uala – Hawaiian Sweet Potato

June 8, 2021

By Mike DeMotta, Curator of Living Collections ­ “He ‘uala ka ‘ai ho’ola koke i […]

Full Article

NTBG completes Red List catalogue of endemic plants

April 19, 2021

Researchers with the National Tropical Botanical Garden were devastated when the last known wild member of the endemic flowering plant Hibiscadelphus woodii was found dead in the Kalalau Valley in 2011.

Full Article

Finding Climate Solutions with Ancient Knowledge and New Technology

April 8, 2021

NTBG Science and Conservation staff blend traditional conservation knowledge with new technology to save plant species on the brink.

Full Article
Load More…

Figs, wasps, and fidelity

July 14, 2021

By Jared Bernard If you were a botanist, you might think NTBG’s garden sites on […]

Full Article

NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

Full Article

Uala – Hawaiian Sweet Potato

June 8, 2021

By Mike DeMotta, Curator of Living Collections ­ “He ‘uala ka ‘ai ho’ola koke i […]

Full Article

NTBG completes Red List catalogue of endemic plants

April 19, 2021

Researchers with the National Tropical Botanical Garden were devastated when the last known wild member of the endemic flowering plant Hibiscadelphus woodii was found dead in the Kalalau Valley in 2011.

Full Article
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An Eye On Plants: Pogostemon guamensis

July 27, 2021

By Jon Letman Inherent in the notion of discovery is a sense of immediacy, but […]

Full Article

Figs, wasps, and fidelity

July 14, 2021

By Jared Bernard If you were a botanist, you might think NTBG’s garden sites on […]

Full Article

NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

Full Article

NTBG completes Red List catalogue of endemic plants

April 19, 2021

Researchers with the National Tropical Botanical Garden were devastated when the last known wild member of the endemic flowering plant Hibiscadelphus woodii was found dead in the Kalalau Valley in 2011.

Full Article
Load More…

NTBG 2020 Impact Report (Annual Report) now available online

July 14, 2021

NTBG’s 2020 Impact Report can now be viewed online. Go directly to the report here: Download […]

Full Article

Plant Hunters Secure Biodiversity Hotspots

December 18, 2020

Today, NTBG’s plant hunters combine lessons from the past with modern technology to secure biodiversity hotspots in Hawaii and Florida.

Full Article

Simple Banana Recipes

December 8, 2020

In honor of our Healthy Plants, Healthy Planet fall campaign, we are sharing these incredibly simple banana recipes!

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Strength in Numbers

December 7, 2020

The worlds most popular fruit is one of the most susceptible to disease! NTBG is safeguarding your breakfast with a rare banana collection.

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