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Cacti root into the soil, some of them covered with spines longer than toothpicks. "This place brings back childhood memories," said Hugo Cota-Sanchez. Born in Mexico in 1956, he came to Saskatoon 12 years ago to be an associate professor of biology
Tell us Events 1 You can't swing a Christmas wreath without hitting a holiday-themed concert this week. Denton's Brave Combo will bring good cheer to Fort Worth on Friday. The Grammy-winning polka collective, with more than 30 albums to its credit,
The garden, which is an initiative of the floriculture and landscaping department of the varsity, has proven to be a hit among visitors coming for the ongoing chrysanthemum exhibition. Talking to Newsline, Dr Kushal Singh, head of the floriculture
U '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Divya Goyal : Ludhiana, Wed Dec 05 2012, 03:38 hrs The golden jubilee chrysanthemum exhibition kicked off in the fields of floriculture and landscaping (F&L) department, Punjab Agricultural
San Diego Botanical Garden of Lights winter wonderland of over 100,000 sparking lights shining in the Garden...The San Diego Botanic Garden will be all a-twinkle next weekend when it flips the switch on its annual Garden of Lights celebration.
As a conservatory, the Gardens is working with the National Environment and Planning Agency to take endangered plants from Jamaica's Cockpit Country and placing them in the Gardens' nursery. There they hope to grow more of these plants, some of which
Russian scientists have resurrected a flowering plant from 30,000-year-old seeds found in an Ice Age squirrel's treasure chamber in the Siberian permafrost. This pioneering experiment paves the way for the revival of other species. Both floral and
The plan to construct a parking lot at Lalbagh Botanical Garden has suffered a setback with a three-member committee, formed by the garden authorities following the public outcry against the parking lot project, informing garden director KG Jagdish
Enid Alvarez/New York Daily News Holiday Train Show at the New York Botonical Gardens, now in its 21st year, will open Nov. 17. There's seemingly a surprise or twist at every turn at this year's Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden.
A unique biological garden featuring the plants mentioned in the Holy Quran is being built in Qatar, the host of the upcoming UN climate summit. Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol will take place