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05/12/13  |  London

An INQUIRE role play lesson on what it means to be a landscape architect: ‘A competition: Who can find the best tree for our avenue?’

During this lesson young people compete over a contract to plant an avenue of trees. This, not only, teaches them about plant science, but hones research skills, develops skills in working alone and collaborating and requires that they think about how best to present their findings.

19/09/13  |  Bremen, Germany

Project "Wild plant-protection Germany"

15 wild plant species are endangered in Germany. This species include arnica (Arnica montana), dune gentian (Gentianella uliginosa) and marsh orchid (Dactylorhiza majalis). Aim of the project is to build up a national network for protecting endangered wild plants in Germany to provide a long-term survivable population of these species.

28/03/13  |  Coimbra, Portugal

Coimbra Botanic Garden receives 10 K orchids

Coimbra Botanic Gardens is about to receive one of Europe's best collections of orchids

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Vai-me dar cá uma trabalheira conhecê-as todas!!! Da maneira como sou aficionado vou ter que voltar a levar o saco cama para o Botânico...

by paulorosa11 | 19/04/13 05:11:04

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