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NATIONAL EUCALYPTUS DAY 2017

A great day was had... A Taste of Tassie’s Eucalypts Discover Tasmania’s Eucalyptus and their unique stories at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens March the 23rd, 2017 was National Eucalyptus Day and our experts, the RTBG’s Curator of Tasmanian Flora, Chris Lang and RTBG Team Leader, David Marrison led an engaging walk through the Gardens ...

TASSIESTYLE 2017

The Gardens is doing it #TassieStyle! And you can too! Share your Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens / TassieStyle photos and captions to Instagram, Twitter or Discover Tasmania’s Facebook Page wall this summer and you could WIN one of three Tassie holidays designed by you, up to the value of $7500 each!* Plus there are $500 Tassie ...

Eating well with the Hawks!

Come and meet the Hawks players at the Botanical Gardens on Saturday February 18th from 2pm in the Tasmanian Community Food Garden. Be part of their tour around the garden looking at all the fresh produce and watch them as they prepare their yummy, healthy snacks! The cooking demonstrations will be lead by the Canteen Association ...

The worldwide value of Botanic Gardens

May 2016 has ended  with two fundamental happenings, both in their own way giving us an opportunity to reflect on the value of botanic gardens around the world. Beginning with the launch of the first annual State of the World’s Plants report published by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England. This is a fascinating project highlighting and ...

Adventures in conservation; Macquarie Island

The Macquarie Cushion Azorella macquariensis (Macquarie Cushion)is one of only four plants endemic to Macquarie Island. It is the dominant species of the feldmark, a plant community on the plateau uplands comprising of dwarf flowering plants, mosses, lichens, liverworts, interspersed with patches of bare ground. The feldmark covers 45% of the Island and A. macquariensis is considered ...