60 Best Botany Blogs and Websites for Botanists & Plant Scientists
Here are 60 Best Botany Blogs you should follow in 2023
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of California native plants and their natural ha...bitats, and to increasing the understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants.more
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Raleigh, North Carolina, US
Plant Delights Nursery is an online plant nursery specializing in unique, exotic and American native perennial plants. It maintains world-class plant ...collections.more
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Seattle, Washington, US
Sarah Gage curates the Botanical Rambles blog for the Washington Native Plant Society. She is a writer and editor, a broad-spectrum botanist, a cranky... gardener, and an accidental bureaucrat. Her writing has appeared in the Seattle Times, The Seattle Weekly, Willow Springs, and Douglasia, as well as in numerous scientific papers and government reports.more
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4. Botany One
Exeter, England, UK
Botany One is a weblog produced by The Annals of Botany Company. The aim of the weblog is to alert plant scientists around the world to interesting an...d topical news about plants drawn from a wide variety of sources that include Annals of Botany, AoB PLANTS and in silico Plants.more
37.8K 15.6K 1 post / day Jul 2010 DA 38 Get Email Contact
Holliston, Massachusetts, US
Learn about new plants, gardening techniques, events and places to visit for inspiration. Enchanted Gardens is a landscape design firm that creates un...ique and personal gardens for clients in Metrowest Boston and Cape Cod.more
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Botanical Garden offers an array of 17 gardens in mid-Toronto designed to educate & inspire with indoor & outdoor learning experiences for all... ages.more
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Portland, Oregon, US
Gardening with spiky desert plants in the Pacific Northwest, and other (almost daily) plant related stories and observations.
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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The latest news and updates from UBC Botanical Garden and Nitobe Memorial Garden. UBC Botanical Garden is Canada's oldest university botanic garde...n, established in 1916 under the directorship of John Davidson, British Columbia's first provincial botanist.more
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Carmarthen, Wales, UK
Here you'll find an inspiring range of themed gardens, the world's largest single-span glasshouse, our new tropical Butterfly House, play areas and a ...national nature reserve, all set in a Regency landscape which provides the stage for a packed programme of events and news throughout the year.more
36.7K 12K 11K 30 posts / year Apr 2012 DA 54 Get Email Contact
Bronx, New York, US
Our Garden Journal offers portraits of individual plants in season, together with a broader perspective that helps illuminate the aesthetics that unde...rlays everything that grows in the gardens. Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center,more
22.4K 5K 2 posts / quarter DA 58 Get Email Contact
Birmingham, England, UK
Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gar...dens. Winterbourne is a hidden gem home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world. more
5.5K 5.6K 4.3K 1 post / month Sep 2016 DA 45 Get Email Contact
12. Talking Plants
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne
A blog about plants and gardens (gardening, botany, algae and fungi).
3.8K 1 post / week DA 31 Get Email Contact
13. PlantIn Blog
Nicosia, Lefkosia, Cyprus
It's your virtual gardening companion. To get humans and nature in touch, we support green thumbs with personalized plant care plans. Our custom M...L model identifies more than 16,000 plant species with 95,8% accuracy and dozens of plant diseases. For personalized advice, we also offer conversations with botany experts. Every feature of PlantIn is created to make your gardening journey comfortable. We aim to build a worldwide community of plant enthusiasts who care, share, and learn while practicing.more
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The BSBI is for everyone who cares about the wild plants of Britain and Ireland. Since 1836, we've been promoting the study, understanding, and en...joyment of British and Irish botany. BSBI remains the biggest and most active organization devoted to the study of botany in Britain, Ireland, the Channel Isles, and the Isle of Man. Our training, outreach, and research programs continue to support botanists at all skill levels.more
12.7K 2.3K 9.2K 2 posts / week DA 30 Get Email Contact
15. Botany Professor
Tampa, Florida, US
Essays, botanical travelogues, and other resources provided for students, instructors and anyone else seeking a deeper understanding of the nature o...f plants. more
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Mudflower was a 10 year old Mudbrick home set on a dozen Acres in Central West NSW. We have since moved into town, and then moved again. We no longer ...produce our own meat but continue to grow many perennial vegetables, herbs and heirloom vegetables.more
1 post / week Jan 2011 DA 16 Get Email Contact
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
A blog by the Botanical Society of Scotland featuring notes and conversations on all things Botanical. The Botanical Society of Scotland was founded i...n 1836 & aims to advance the appreciation & understanding of all plants & fungi.more
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Enriching life with tales of plants, travel and history. Here you can gain a deeper enjoyment of the natural world and discover information about plan...ts that will delight and enchant you.more
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19. Happy Botanist
Tamil Nadu, India
Explore the world of plants with me! Get to know about the plants and the wonderful mechanisms that plants carry out to live in this world. Stay with ...me and Stay curious!!more
178 8 448 1 post / day Oct 2016 DA 16 Get Email Contact
New York, US
A resource for the wild plant enthusiast, the hiker, the urban or trailside forager, those who wander and wonder.
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Hello! I'm Karen Andrews and this is my blog on wild, naturalized, and garden plants! Themes include wildflower tours, garden visits, nature conse...rvation, biodiversity, climate change, the environment, and plant names.more
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Let's improve the world with plants. New plant exploration worldwide and based Colorado, USA. Native, Dryland, Rock and Crevice Gardens.
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Life Among The Grasses. This site is a personal diary of my adventures with grasses. But it'll also be a place where I'll focus on studies of ...this fascinating angiosperm family, as well as a possible outlet for some of the photography I do. So, I welcome you to come and learn about this most fascinating group of plants with me. And enjoy!more
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The Friends of the University of Dundee Botanic Garden is a charity whose aim is to support and promote the development of the Garden.
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I'm Frank McDonough, Botanical Information Consultant here at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden. His job is to answer your questio...ns about plants and just about everything related to them.more
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From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of amazing evolutionary stories. Matt is obsessed with the botanical wo...rld. Plants are everything on this planet. They have this amazing ability to use our nearest star to break apart water and CO2 gas in order to grow and reproduce. more
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Botany, the science of the vegetable kingdom, is one of the most attractive, useful, and extensive departments of human knowledge. The Planthunter is ...an online magazine focusing on exploring the innumerable and endlessly curious connections between people and plants.more
49.4K 663 2 posts / year DA 19 Get Email Contact
28. The Phytophactor
Chicago, Illinois, US
A plant pundit comments on plants, the foibles and fun of academic life, and other things of interest.
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The New York Botanical Garden is a museum of plants, an educational institution, and a scientific research organization. The NYBG Tumblr is a collecti...on of links from both inside and outside the Garden.more
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Glencoe, Illinois, US
The Chicago Botanic Garden cultivates the power of plants to sustain and enrich life. The Chicago Botanic Garden is a 385-acre living plant museum sit...uated on nine islands featuring 26 display gardens and surrounded by four natural areas.more
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31. Toronto Gardens
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Gardens are the gardens that inspire, and shows how gardeners should take care of their gardens. Toronto Gardens has won a number of awards ov...er the years.more
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Reading, England, UK
This blog brings together the research and teaching activities of the research group of Alastair Culham at the University of Reading. Dr Alastair Culh...am is a Associate Professor of Botany at the Reading University Herbarium (RNG). Follow this blog to discover the research we are doing and to promote collaboration with scientists interested in our work.more
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33. Awkward Botany
Boise, Idaho, US
This blog will document Daniel's plant obsession.This blog is for equally plant obsessed, as well as for the plant interested and the plant curiou...s people. Daniel is a citizen botany for the phytocurious.more
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34. Garden of Aaron
A gardener valiantly tries to raise vegetables, flowers and shrubbery on Tennessee clay soil.
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Portland, Oregon, US
Hi, I'm Rob and welcome to The Pitcher Plant Project! What had started out as a curious childhood fascination has since turned into an ongoing explora...tion of wonder, creativity, and growth. I am constantly amazed by these plants. They are beautiful and they are badass. This blog is a space where I can document and share this journey of growth, creativity, and beauty with you.more
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A person can learn a lot about plants through the everyday acts of slicing and eating them. This space is devoted to exploring food plants in all the...ir beautiful detail as plants as living organisms with their own evolutionary history and ecological interactions. more
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37. Tropical Botany
This blog about the documenting and conservation of biodiversity.
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PATSP is a long-winded, intermittently humorous blog which is mostly about houseplants, particularly Anthuriums.
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Blog dedicated to posting interesting plants, and facts about botany and science, daily!
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40. Modern Botany
Situated on the Irish Wild Atlantic Way, Modern Botany inspired by the principles of botanical science utilises the best natural ingredients sourced f...rom Ireland and all over the World. This multi-tasking product is a healthcare staple.more
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Garden Bloggers Fling is an annual social and garden-touring event for garden bloggers. Held in a different city each year since its inception in 2008..., the Fling has attracted garden bloggers from all over the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The 3- to 4-day event is organized and hosted by volunteer garden bloggers from the host city.more
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Ian Watt is a UK Based Botanical garden photographer and horticulturist specialising in garden photography, nature photography and landscapes. Here yo...u will find Botanical gardens, notable gardens and gardens with outstanding plant collections.more
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43. Regnum Plantæ
26 year old, natural world and plant enthusiast Italian living in Scotland. He posts mostly about his botanical adventures in the wilderness, the plan...ts he see and what he grow and experiment on.more
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Albany, New York, US
The New York Flora Association encourage the production of botanical publications that are educational to the public and beneficial to the scientific ...community. They provide an umbrella organization for field and herbarium botanists that can represent their points of view. They erve as an information exchange for botanically related organizations and botanists active in New York State.more
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45. Botany Blog
Blog about the Plants of the Northeastern U.S.
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46. Pnw Botany
Native flora found in the great Pacific Northwest! This blog is run by Paige, a plant biology undergrad at the University of Washington.
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The blog of a biology major. Mostly centered around flowering plants and insects.
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François Sockhom Mey has been passionately interested in carnivorous plants. He studied their systematics and ecology, with a particular focus on the... Indochinese Nepenthaceae. more
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Globetrotting Gardener is a blog about beautiful gardens around the world.
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50. Botany Newbie
This blog is about botany and here you can learn all about different types of plants as well as their medicinal uses!
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New Jersey, US
This site is prepared for providing suitable platform for beginners who are pursuing Botany as their subject. An attempt has been made through this we...bsite to provide information starting from basics in this subject.more
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The Botanical Artists Association of Southern Africa (BAASA) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting public awareness of botanical art in ...southern Africa. BAASA is open to all botanical artists, whether scientific illustrators or realistic flower painters, as well as collectors and those interested in furthering the tradition of botanical art.more
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California Botany Blog is all about plants, botany etc.
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Aberystwyth, Wales, UK
Mostly UK field botany including identification, taxonomy and recording. Also occasional updates on my PhD research into plants of the protected envir...onment (glasshouses, etc).more
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55. Botany Digest
This blog is dedicated to the degree students of Botany.
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56. World of Plants
Uttar Pradesh, India
Every Amazing thing you want to know about PLANTS.
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57. Botanists life
I am a student of Botany,my daily life is very difficult.I share my life on platform
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Botany Blogs By Country
National Botanic Garden of Wales
About - A very special place in Carmarthenshire boasting the largest single-span glasshouse on the planet.
Winterbourne House and Garden
About - Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world.
Botanical garden photography
About - Ian Watt is a UK Based photographer and horticulturist specialising in garden photography, nature photography and landscapes.