There are plant lineages at The Huntington that have survived hundreds of millions of years - since the Mesozoic Era (also known as the Age of Dinosaurs). Explore an online story map of these Mesozoic plant survivors which include cycads, gingkos, conifers, and more!
Exotic plant depository aids in research and identification.
Propagates and distributes new and rare succulents to collectors, nurseries and institutions for further research. Available by mail-order only, an annual offering appears in each March-April issue of the Cactus and Succulent Journal and on this site.
Index and ordering information for the International Succulent Introductions Schick hybrids
Follow The Huntington's urban agricultural project in the Ranch Blog.
Exhibit recipes from the Plants are Up to Something exhibition at the Rose Hills Foundation Conservatory for Botanical Science
Authored by the Marge and Sherm Telleen Director of the Botanical Gardens, Jim Folsom, The Plant Trivia Timeline provides world history from the viewpoint of a botanist.
Volunteer efforts for the benefit of Art Center and The Huntington
The APGA is committed to increasing the knowledge of public garden professionals throughout North America through information sharing, professional development, networking, public awareness, and research so they have the tools to effectively serve visitors and members.
A useful resource for tree identification, anatomy, health, planting, care, and more by WesSpur Tree Equipment.
Gardens and Arboretums
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
The Arnold Arboretum
Missouri Botanical Gardens
Atlanta Botanical Garden
The Morton Arboretum
University of Delaware Botanic Gardens
Seattle Chinese Garden