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LGBTQ+ Botanists in Pride Month: Vita Sackville-West

This week, we’re taking a peak into the illustrious life of the “best-selling, bisexual baroness” Vita Sackville-West who, despite living in the 1920’s, was determined to prove that love could be between a woman and a man or a woman and a woman, and sometimes both at once.

Mary Eleanor Bowes

International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Badass Botanists

On 11th February, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science is observed to promote and celebrate women and girls leading and working on ground-breaking scientific research. In this blog post, we’re meeting two badass botanists who overcame so much to pursue their passion for plants.

Snowdrops growing on a snowy mountainside

The birth flower of January: Snowdrop

When I think of January, I think of snow. Fitting, then, that the birth flower of this month is the dainty, white Snowdrop. This hopeful little plant has flowers that are more than just beautiful.


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