Seventeen “Extinct” European Plant Species Found Alive
Seventeen “Extinct” European Plant Species Found Alive
Plant species officially reported to be lost are in fact persevering in the wild, in seed banks or botanical gardens, or as other species now recognized to be taxonomic synonyms.
Seventeen “Extinct” European Plant Species Found Alive
Seventeen “Extinct” European Plant Species Found Alive

Plant species officially reported to be lost are in fact persevering in the wild, in seed banks or botanical gardens, or as other species now recognized to be taxonomic synonyms.

Plant species officially reported to be lost are in fact persevering in the wild, in seed banks or botanical gardens, or as other species now recognized to be taxonomic synonyms.

seed bank
Image of the Day: Stockpile
Image of the Day: Stockpile
Chia-Yi Hou | Jun 11, 2019
See photographs from a project documenting seed vaults around the world.
Seeds of Hopelessness
Seeds of Hopelessness
Kerry Grens | Aug 1, 2014
Can seed banks adequately prepare for the future if wild plant populations are already lagging behind in adapting to rapid climate change?