The ANBG is home to the world’s most comprehensive living collection of Australian plants. World-class research unlocking new knowledge on Australia’s rarest plant species is an everyday part of work at the Gardens. The expert horticulturalists and scientists secure wild specimens and undertake critical propagation and cultivation work which helps them understand what each species needs to survive.
With changing climates and increasing episodes of extreme weather events, some wild populations of plants are becoming locally extinct. Your support for saving an important part of Australia’s natural capital at the ANBG is more important than ever before.