Aug 2019, Vol. 53

Date Published01 August 2019
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Group Direction
By Nigel P. Taylor
Articles

The life and legacy of David Lim Hock Lye, venerated orchid breeder and polymath

Refurbishment of the Potting Yard for horticulture and botanical research

Native Dracaena in Singapore - Part 2, Maingay's Dracaena

Toxic 'peas' - the dark side of the legumes

New to cultivation in Singapore

A meeting of two giants of botany - Beccari and Ridley

Conservation of a Critically Endangered native orchid, Callostylis pulchella

Regular Features

From the Taxonomy Corner
Herbarium collections

Collaborators in Research
International researchers on the Flora of Singapore project

From the Earth
Fungus-termite partnerships

Edibles

Appreciating the colours of the Butterfly Pea's flowers

From Education Outreach
Sharing with the community

What's Blooming
Heat wave and flowers...

Book Review
Pictorial Guide to the Flora of Tasik Chini

Key Visitors to the Gardens
January-June 2019

From the Archives
Back Cover From Third Lake to Eco-Lake

Feb 2019, Vol. 52

Date Published19 February 2019
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Group Direction
By Nigel P. Taylor
Articles

Lim Hock Lye, 'Uncle David'

Native Dracaena in Singapore - Part 1, Cantley's Dracaena

DNA barcoding of the identification of a Pterocarpus

The 8th International Zingiberales Symposium - continuing a legacy of ginger research in the Gardens

Historic specimens in the Singapore Botanic Gardens

Cordyceps - the 'real deal'?

Ridley's encounters with bees

Regular Features

From the Taxonomy Corner
Peer review

Staff Publications
Publications by Gardens' staff in 2018

From the Earth
Sponge Bob's cousin found in Singapore

Edibles

Edible weeds in Singapore

From Education Outreach
A day out at the library

Beyond the Gardens
Bringing the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation Targets beyond 2020
The 7th International Legume Conference in Sendai, Japan


What's Blooming

A tropical African plant in Singapore

Key Visitors to the Gardens
July - December 2018

From the Archives
Back Cover The Pará Rubber centenary monument

Aug 2018, Vol. 51

Date Published23 August 2018
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Group Direction
By Nigel P. Taylor
Articles

The opening of the Ethnobotany

An introduction to traditional Japanese horticulture

Botanising in the montane forests of Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary in Sarawak

Our local kampung mango flowers

Mass flowering of Dracaena in Singapore

Death of a palm

Bulbiferous ferns in the Gardens

Ebonies of Singapore

Regular Features

From the Taxonomy Corner
Plants and fungi named after botanists of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

Collaborators in Research
International researchers on the Flora of Singapore project

From the Earth
Puffballs, earthballs and earthstars, oh my!

Edibles

Basil basics

From Education Outreach
Training and development workshops for the Gardens' Education Branch

Around the Gardens
The Singapore Gardens Festival Orchid Show 2018

Beyond the Gardens
A historical link revived
Professional exchange programme with King's Park and Botanic Garden

What's Blooming

Nature's offering fit for a god

Key Visitors to the Gardens
January - June 2018

From the Archives
Back Cover The Japanese Garden

Feb 2018, Vol. 50

Date Published01 February 2018
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Articles
The extension of the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

Algae, the unseen beauties in the Gardens' lakes

The Gardens' Speaker Series

New to cultivation in Singapore - Anthurium gracile

The Gardens' orchid hybrids and its VIP Orchid Programme

Two Epiphyllums for easy cultivation in Singapore
Regular Features
From the Taxonomy Corner
The International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi and plants.

From the Earth
Phallus or Stinkhorn Fungi

Edibles
Gingers Galore!

What's Blooming

The Snowy Orchid - an 'orchid' that isn't an orchid at all

Staff Publications
Publications by Gardens' Staff in 2017

Around the Gardens
The SING boxes - to infinity and beyond!
Memorandum-of-Understanding signed with the National Arboretum Canberra

Beyond the Gardens
Strengthening ties between the world's botanic gardens
The XIX International Botanical Congress

Key Visitors to the Garden
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July-December 2017

From the Archives
Back Cover Miniature Waterfall Garden

Sept 2017, Vol. 49

Date Published01 September 2017
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Articles

An infinitesimal flowering plant on our little red dot

Six interesting plants encountered in Nanga Bloh of the Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary

The launch of the Larening Forest

New art at the Botanic Gardens

The propagation and reintroduction of Thrixspermum amplexicaule in Singapore

 

Regular Features

From the Taxonomy Corner
The Flora of Singapore

Collaborators in Research
Kick starting the Flora of Singapore project

From the Earth
The 'elusive silver eggs' of the Bird's Nest Fungus

From Education Outreach
Planting giants, seeding dreams

Edibles
Bean business
Dragon Fruit explained

What's Blooming
A blooming giant alien ...

Around the Gardens
Reaching out to connect ...
NParks signs a Memorandum-of-Understanding with the Sabah Forestry Department

Beyond the Gardens
The 6th Southeast Asia Botanic Gardens Network Conference

Key Visitors to the Gardens
January–June 2017

From the Archives
Back Cover The Tea Kiosk

 

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