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    Projects in Asia and the Pacific

  Belamcanda chinensis
Belamcanda chinensis (L.) RedoutÚ
Found throughout SE Asia.
 
 

    Korea:
  • An inventory of mosses is underway.
 
  Xanthostemon aurantiacum
Xanthostemon aurantiacum
from New Caledonia.
 
  Pyrethrum carneum
Pyrethrum carneum


 
 
    Russia:
  • Ornamental Plants of Russia [New]
  • Russia has a rich history of gardening with native ornamental plants, many of which are little known to gardeners outside of Russia. This compendium by Tatyana Shulkina provides extensive information on the diversity of Russian ornamental plants and their characteristics and culture requirements.
  • Guide to main collections of the LE herbarium
  • The Herbarium of Vascular Plants of the Komarov Botanical Institute (LE) is one of the largest collection in the World and main herbarium in Russia. The Herbarium numbers more than 6.000.000 specimens from over the World. Collections from LE are playing an important role as a basic source of data for investigating of plant resources, especially their taxonomy, distribution, phylogeny, morphology, molecular biology, conservation and economic importance.
Iris iberica
Iris iberica
 
 
    Vietnam:
  • News From MO 2001
  • The Garden is collaborating on an inventory of the plants and animals in endangered protected areas, helping to rebuild the country's conservation capacity. This program includes training for local botanists.
Vanilla albida
Vanilla albida
 
 

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