Blogs of botanists

Today the definition “blog” has widely meaning, but here we try to collect information about active personal blogs / websites of botanists from all regions of the World. So, if you are a botanist and you see that your personal blog / website or your favorite personal blogs / websites are absent here, please write us


A Digital Botanical Garden …. Where anything grows – Blog from Phil Gates (United Kingdom)

A World of mosses and lichens – Blog from Martin Hutten (USA)

Separated by half a world but united by their passion for agricultural biodiversity and the internet, Luigi Guarino and Jeremy Cherfas decided to create a space that would allow them to indulge their passions and maybe do some good.


Botanical Blog (Original name – “Ботанічний блог”) – Blog from Denis Davydov (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Author shares own experience in investigation of Ukrainian natural flora and his perception of academic life


Botanizing – Blog from Larry Hufford (Washington, USA)


Botany Professor – Blog from Frederick B. Essig (Florida, USA)

Essays, botanical travelogues, and other resources provided for students, instructors and anyone else seeking a deeper understanding of the nature of plants.


Brilliant Botany – Blog from Claire Hopkins

It has since expanded to include a website, social media presence and, as of 2013, a YouTube series. Brilliant Botany is intended as a resource for anyone interested in plants, and a means for building community.


Bruce McCune – Blog from Prof. Bruce McCune (Oregon, USA)


California Botany Blog – Blog from Dean Wm. Taylor (California, USA)


Crustose.Net – Lichenological website of Dr. Eric Peterson (USA)


Dr M Goes Wild – Blog from Jonathan Mitchley (Reading, United Kingdom)
You can explore the wonderful world of plants and plant identification here


Ecology is not a dirty word – Blog from an Australian ecologist working on ecosystem services research

Flora Europaea – Blog from Emilio Laguna (Valencia, Spain)

A blog on the European native and cultivated flora

FLORA URBANA

PÉRÉGRINATIONS À LA DÉCOUVERTE DE LA BIODIVERSITÉ ET DES PAYSAGES DE L’ÎLE DE MONTRÉAL ET AU-DELÀ. FRICHES, ARBRES, PHÉNOLOGIE, ÉCOLOGIE URBAINE, ORCHIDÉES, VERDISSEMENT, AMÉNAGEMENT.


Flora Wonder BlogBlog from Talon Buchholz (Oregon, USA)


Gardentropics – Blog from a natural gardener living in South India


GRAVITY’S RAINBOW: botany, shoes, books, and justice

I’m a graduate student doing research somewhere between ecology and evolution at Awesome International University in Epiphyte City. This blog chronicles my experiences being sick and queer in academia with lots of asides about the plants, shoes, and books I love.


Honest Ab: Evolution and Related Topics (USA)


In Defense of Plants


Indian flowers and herbs – Blog from a natural gardener living in South India


Insnared with Flowers….A Year in the Life of a Garden in Photographs…. – Blog from Phil Gates (United Kingdom)
This blog, mostly photographs with little text, is a record of another year in the life of our garden.


Invasive Species Weblog – Blog from Jennifer Forman Orth (USA)


Lichens at Minnesota – Home Page of Cliff Wetmore (USA)


Plant Microreserves – Blog from Emilio Laguna (Valencia, Spain)
A blog on the Plant Microreserves initiative


PlantPostings – Notes from a USDA zone 5 shade garden in Southern Wisconsin (USA)


Plants are the Strangest People – Blog from Mr_Subjunctive (USA)

PATSP is a long-winded, intermittently humorous blog which is mostly about houseplants, particularly Anthuriums.


Robert J. Smith – Plant ecology – Blog from Robert J. Smith (USA)
Rob Smith is a PhD candidate focused on human–climate–vegetation interactions in the US Pacific Northwest, Midwest, Alaska and southeast Asia.


The Botanist in the Kitchen – Blog from both Jeanne L. D. Osnas & Katherine Angela Preston

A person can learn a lot about plants through the everyday acts of slicing and eating them. This space is devoted to exploring food plants in all their beautiful detail as plants – as living organisms with their own evolutionary history and ecological interactions.


The Phytophactor – Blog from an academic botanist (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

A plant pundit comments on plants, the foibles and fun of academic life, and other things of interest.


Seeds Aside: Plant gossips… are almost cotton! – Blog from an Academic plant scientist (USA)

This blog’s aim is definitely my new way to active learning: having set to post on a more or less regular basis, I intend to do some homework, deliver it to you while trying to make it as fun as it has been for me

The Daily Plant – Blog from Daniel Chamovitz (Tel Aviv, Israel)

THE DAILY PLANT posts short snippets of what’s cool, new or surprising about plants. If there’s a particular plant you’re interested in, let me know and I’ll come with a post, or find a guest blogger who can. Interested in providing a guest blog? Drop me a line.


Thomas’ Plant-Related Blog – Blog from Thomas Kluyver (United Kingdom)


Talking Plants – Blog from Tim Entwisle (Melbourne, Australia)
… every plant has a story to tell

 Trees, Plants & more – Flora, travels and the incidental critter


Wayne’s Word – Blog from Wayne P. Armstrong (Mr. Wolffia) (USA)
An On-Line Textbook of Natural History


WILD PLANTS POST – Blog from Joseph Craine (USA)

A PLACE TO DISCUSS THE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF PLANTS AS WELL AS THE FUNCTIONING OF ECOSYSTEMS. COMPANION TO RESOURCE STRATEGIES OF WILD PLANTS, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS.


WWU Home for Fred Rhoades (USA)