A World of Plants: Florida
Florida's landscape is as diverse as its culture, replete with a range of ecosystems that host an array of plant life, from the tropical splendor of the Keys to the rolling dunes of the Panhandle.
A World of Plants: Puerto Rico
The unique relationship Puerto Ricans have with their native plants goes beyond mere aesthetics or ecological conservation—it is an integral aspect of their identity.
A World of Plants: The Caribbean
In essence, plants are tightly woven into the fabric of Caribbean history and culture, a testament to the islands' innate ability to live in harmony with nature, celebrating its gifts at every turn.
A World of Plants: Central America
Plants in Central American cultures are not just passive elements in the landscape. They serve as vital connections to history, cultural identity, spiritual beliefs, and practical daily life. Recognizing this underscores the importance of preserving this region's rich biodiversity and indigenous knowledge systems.
A World of Plants: South Africa
If you were to travel around South Africa, you would find a large diversity of plants that come in all sorts of colors, shapes and sizes. It is also known for bringing great diversity to the globe as plants attract other animals and provide them with a natural habitat.
A World of Plants: Southeast Asia
Plants and gardens have played a crucial role in Southeast Asian culture for centuries. This region is home to some of the world's most diverse plant life, and the people have developed a deep appreciation for the natural world.
A World of Plants: The Rainforests of South America
The South American Rainforest is also known famously as the Amazon. The rainforest expands on over 634 million hectares and is home to diverse flora and fauna. There are more animals and plants here than anywhere else in the world. Roughly there are more than 80,000 species of plants.