Here you can find some valuable websites for botanists. I understand that the list isn’t full, so if you have additions, please write us
Botanical Art & Artists
The top compendium of botanical art past and present for botanical artists & illustrators of today & tomorrow
Conservation Steppes in Russia
The site is devoted to conservation, restoration and sustainable use of steppe ecosystems and steppe plant and animal species
Global Index of Vegetation-Plot Databases (GIVD)
This metadatabase shall provide an overview of existing vegetation data worldwide, allow researchers to retrieve suitable data to prepare specific research, and thus enhance the awareness and application of this valuable but underestimated source of biodiversity information.
It is the world’s largest database of digitized plant specimens and a locus for international scientific research and collaboration.
Data and information about wild plants and the vegetation of Germany
It is a database of all herbaria in the World, including their physical location, URL, contents (e.g., number and type of specimens), founding date, as well as names, contact information and areas of expertise of associated staff.
Life on chalk
The site is dedicated to the study and protection of ecosystems of chalk hills, outposts of majestic mountain ranges of Southern Eurasia.
Nature of Ukraine (Original name – “Природа України”) (mostly in Ukrainian)
Plant Science Today – Blog of the American Society of Plant Biologists
This blog is dedicated to facilitating an ongoing conversation around the importance and relevance of plant science around the globe.
Plantarium (in Russian)
It is an open electronic atlas of plants and lichens of Russia and neighboring independent countries.
Plants For A Future (PFAF)
You can search for over 7000 edible and medicinal plants using a number of search criteria including: common and Latin names, keyword, family, habitat and use (medicinal, edible or other).
This website celebrates the plants of southern Africa.
Southern African plant names and floristic details
This website provides access to South African plant names (taxa), specimens (herbarium sheets) and observations of plants made in the field (botanical records).
The website has created to bring together scientists – geobotanists and others who are interested in theoretical and applied researches of vegetation in Ukraine and abroad.