Jul 2011, Vol. 37

Date Published 01 July 2011
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The lady's slipper of Gunung Jerai

The National Orchid Garden

Gardens' hybrid of Dendrobium sutiknoi

Collaborative research on Myanmar's orchids

Unveiled by a storm: Bromheadia alticola

Applying Forensic Science to Botany

Hoya: the beauty of the rain forest in our gardens

By the flowing waters: Rheophytes, the fascinating plant life
adapted to the flood zones of swift-flowing streams

Re-discovery of a rare green gem: Planchonia grandis

Golden glories: the genus Merremia and allies in Southeast Asia

Regular Features

Message from the Director

Around the Gardens
Of art and friendship

New and Exciting
New media room
New in the library shop

Ginger and its Allies
Neither bird nor palm

From Education Outreach
Environmental education 2011 initiatives

Research Fellows
Botanical research fellows In the Gardens: 2010-2011

What's Blooming
Where butter grows on trees
Golden cascades of an old beauty

Key Visitors to the Gardens

From the Archives
A revised flora of Malaya: Volume I, Orchids

Jan 2011, Vol. 36

Date Published 01 January 2011
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Collecting & conserving Thai Convolvulaceae – part II

Elmer’s Trichosanthes

Botany: can we resolve the identity of Vanda Miss Joaqium’s mother?

Golden chicken, vegetable lamb: between fact and fancy

National Kandawgyi Gardens Myanmar’s botanical garden

Botanising in a peat swamp forest in East Kalimantan – Strange encounters of the leafy kind

Botanising in a peat swamp forest In East Kalimantan
– A botanist’s Journal

Regular Features

Message from the Director

Around the Gardens
The 8th International Flora Malesiana Symposium 2010
A curtain of roots
Volunteer outing to Pulau Ubin

Ginger and its Allies Lowiaceae: adorable stinkadores!

From the Economic Garden
Spiny confusion: The cultivated Pereskias

From Education Outreach
Urban biodiversity awareness through nature and environmental education at the Gardens

Orchid Species Collection
Rothschild’s slipper orchid

What’s Blooming
Sausages on a tree!
A titanic event: Amorphophallus titanium flowers at the Gardens

Staff Publications
Publications by Garden staff in 2010

Beyond the Gardens
2nd Symposium of the ‘Flora du Cambodge,
du Laos et du Vietnam’
The Global Strategy for Plant Conservation beyond 2010
workshop in Thailand

Key Visitors to the Gardens
July-December 2010

From the Archives
Report on the Caoutchouc of Commerce

Jul 2010, Vol.35

Date Published 01 July 2010
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The jewels, the cheats and the one-day wonders

A spreading alien fern in Singapore Tectaria incise Cavanille

A gift from the rain forest – yams in history, food, sex and medicine

Bamboozled... by Southeast Asia’s bamboos

The re-discovery & conservation of Bulbophyllum singaporeanum

Revisiting the Gardens masterplan

Flower Power – Singapore Garden Festival 2010

Regular Features

Message from the Director

Around the Gardens
International Certificate in Botanic Gardens Management in the
Asia Pacific Region
Watching murals grow!

Ginger and its Allies
Ensete lasiocarpum - The end of the monotypic banana genus Musella

From Taxonomy Corner
Travelling for taxonomy

From Education Outreach
‘Go out and learn’ – Ministry of Education Kindergarten
Conference 2010

Book Review
The Ginger Garden

Research Fellows
Botanical research fellows in the Gardens 2009-2010

What’s Blooming
The bullock’s eyes

Key Visitors to the Gardens
January – June 2010

From the Archives
Century of Ferns

Jan 2010, Vol. 34

Date Published 01 January 2010
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Collecting & conserving Thai Convolvulaceae

Spotlight on research: a PhD project on Convolvulaceae

Sowing the seeds of conservation in an oil palm plantation

Propagation of a very rare orchid, Robiquetia spathulata

150 years of connecting plants and people

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Message from the Director

Around the Gardens
Convolvulaceae taxonomic workshop

What’s Blooming
Upside down or right side up? The baobab tree

Ginger and its Allies Spindle gingers – jewels of Singapore’s forests

From Education Outreach
“The Green Sheep” – a first for babies and toddlers at JBCG
International volunteers at the Jacob Baltas Children’s Garden

From Taxonomy Corner
The puzzling bathroom bubbles plant...

Book Review
Gardens of Lanka

Beyond the Gardens
Zingiberaceae symposium in Yunnan
The 3rd South East Asia Botanic Gardens Network (SEABG) Meeting
Two regional meetings on ASEAN biodiversity held in Japan

Staff Publications
Publications by Gardens staff in 2009
H.M. Burkill Research Fellowship

Key Visitors to the Gardens
July – December 2009

From the Archives
Famillies des Plantes, Vols I & II by Michel Adanson (1727-1806) Paris: Chez Vincent, 1763

Jul 2009, Vol. 33

Date Published 01 July 2009
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150th celebrations: Celebrating 150 magical years of the Gardens

150th celebrations: An open conversation with Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew: The greening of a nation

150th celebrations: Jane Goodall and friends speak on conservation and biodiversity loss

150th celebrations: A tribute to two Grand Dames

150th celebrations: Putting a stamp on history: the Gardens and SingPost Celebrate the 150th anniversary with the launch of
a stamp series

Gregarious flowering of some native orchids of Singapore

Darwin and plant movement

Dragonflies of the Gardens

Flowering Giants in the Gardens

Regular Features

Message from the Director

Around the Gardens
Greening things up
The Gardens’ logo: the history of the lakka palm
Strange encounters of the fourth kind
Willi Henning Society XXVIII meeting

Notes from the Economic Garden
All hail the queen!

Ginger and its Allies Hedychium longicornutum – a stunning epiphyte from Malaysia

Book Review
Mr Roscoe’s Garden by Jyll Bradley

From the Orchid Species Collection
The ‘rat tail orchid’ Paraphalaenopsis labukensis and its allies

Beyond the Gardens
ASEAN +Three Regional Meeting on “Global Taxonomic Initiatives: Needs, Assessment and Networking”

Key Visitors to the Gardens
January – June 2009

From the Archives
The Malay Archipelago

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