Know, grow, protect and enjoy South Africa's indigenous plants

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BotSoc is dedicated to biodiversity conservation and environmental education and awareness. Read our latest blogs and news stories here and join us as we get to know, grow, protect and enjoy South Africa’s indigenous plants.

Mamelodi’s hill of dreams
​​First-hand account of this Gauteng CREW field trip
BotSoc Webinar: Citizen Science and iNaturalist
Get your garden buzzing!
BotSoc Webinar: An introduction to ecological restoration
Enjoy sunny skies and happy times at SA’s botanical gardens
How to grow great young indigenous gardeners
A rare habitat for rare plants: The Cape’s coastal dunes
Conserving South Africa’s wetlands
BotSoc Webinar: South Africa’s Plant Extinction Crisis
How to start growing succulents
Help bring back biodiversity
Resolve to be a Red List plant protector
Summer Flower Watch in Lower Sabie, Kruger National Park
Summer’s wild orchid extravaganza
Give green joy
KZN’S Red Desert blooms
Spring Flower Watch: Ingwehumbe Nature Reserve
An Introduction to Biocontrols: Why are they important for biodiversity conservation?
World GIS Day: Applications of GIS in Biodiversity Conservation
An introduction to the Little Karoo
Spring Flower Watch: Bosch Berg Nature Reserve, Kwazulu-Natal
Bloodcobs & Vampire Cups: The Secret Life of Parasitic Plants
Spring Flower Watch: Napier Commonages, Overberg
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