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1st Fascination of Plants Day - May 18th 2012

The first international "Fascination of Plants Day" (May 18th 2012) will be launched under the umbrella of the European Plant Science Organisation. The goal of this activity is to get as many people as possible around the world fascinated by plants and enthused about the importance of plant science. vifabio is supporting this campaign by collecting the most important internet sources together for you.

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The Botanical Association of Hamburg (Germany) - Botanischer Verein zu Hamburg e. V. - aims to improve the scientific knowledge about the flora of Hamburg, to raise public awareness of the importance of botanical diversity, and to protect the local flora which comprises highly endangered species such as ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
www.botanischerverein.de/
The Millennium Seed Bank Project is the largest ex situ conservation project ever conceived. Its partners will have banked seed from 10% of the world's wild plant species by the end of the decade. These will not be just any plants, but will include the rarest, most threatened and most useful species ... [Information of the supplier]
www.kew.org/science-conservation/save-seed-prosper/millennium-seed-bank
EURISCO is a web-based catalogue that provides information about ex situ plant collections maintained in Europe. EURISCO is based on a European network of ex situ National Inventories (NIs) that makes the European biodiversity data available everywhere in the world. The EURISCO Web Catalogue automaticall... [Information of the supplier, modified]
eurisco.ipk-gatersleben.de/
Plantlife is the charity that speaks up for the nation’s wild plants. We work hard to protect them on the ground and to build understanding of the vital role they play in everyone’s lives. Wild plants are essential to life – they clean our air and water, provide food and shelter for our insects, birds ... [Information of the supplier]
www.plantlife.org.uk/
The archive contains pictures of crop plants from the whole world and from all of humanity’s living areas. It encompasses more than 10000 pictures of 1700 plant species. With the “Picture search” key you enter a comprehensive database. Here you can search for various plant names (scientific, German and ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
www.beat-ernst-basel.ch/.../bildarchiv_main.html
The database was constructed during the, now completed, research project “Information System for Renewable Raw Materials” (INARO). It offers detailed information about 85 cultivated plants for which a search is possible with both German and botanical names. The target groups include all who are concerned ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
www.inaro.de/Deutsch/Pflanzen_index.htm
The database encompasses information for 568 useful plants from the whole world as well as 510 illustrations (as of: 01-2007), accessible via a detailed search mask (Search for: names, family membership, origin and the organ used). The descriptions of the species contain, amongst other things, informatio... [Editorial staff vifabio]
online-media.uni-marburg.de/biologie/nutzpflanzen/suche.html
This website gives an insight into the huge diversity of plants cultivated within Northern Ireland which come from all the corners of the globe, with the emphasis on trees and shrubs rather than herbaceous plants. The trees include those planted in gardens or parks or as wayside amenity plantings, ... [Information of the supplier]
www.habitas.org.uk/gardenflora/
This is a supplement to the Cornell Gardening resources website, and provides Growing Guides and factsheets for flowers and vegetables, as well as tips and techniques for home lawn care. [Information of the supplier, modified]
www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/
The present web pages provide a transliteration of the famous German-language herbal ("New Kreüterbuch", Kräuterbuch) published by Leonhard Fuchs in 1534, including indexes to Latin, German, English and French plant names, as well as a glossary. The site is maintained by private contributors with a pharmacist background. [Editorial staff vifabio]
www.waimann.de/
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