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You can follow the Plant Hunter Trails to learn about how botany relates to our lives and futures:

Asian Conifers of the RTBG

Asian Conifers of the RTBG

The conifers represent one of the major non-flowering divisions of trees, and include the pines, the redwoods, and the monkey-puzzle. These plants have been in existence on Earth for far longer than the now abundant flowering plants. The vast continent...
Trail Map For the RBTG

Trail Map For the RBTG

Are you visiting the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart? If so, you can download a traditional map that will help set you on track to follow the Walking With Trees: Significant Trees trail! You can click on the image to access the map as an...
Walking With Trees

Walking With Trees

Let's go walkabout through the Royal Botanical Gardens and meet some of the significant trees growing there. We'll encounter some of the oldest, tallest, and biggest trees at the Gardens. If you are at the Gardens, you can use your smartphone to...
Significant Oaks of the RTBG

Significant Oaks of the RTBG

Meet four of the significant old oak trees in the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Oaks are some of the most revered and useful trees of the Northern Hemisphere: humans have eaten their seeds, built with their wood, and rested under their shade since...

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