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From late March to June, see northern hemisphere plants transform the Garden into colourful autumnal scenes. A combination of ash, liquidambers, maples and a range of other trees develop into glorious shades of gold, amber, reds, burgundy and browns, and are a treat for the eyes and soul. See panoramic views from the Main Lake, around the duck pond and in the woodland.
Explore one of Australia’s richest fern collections, with tall tree ferns extending out of the gully as you climb among the vines and shrubs. High-rainfall plants from Australia and New Zealand create a temperate rainforest that’s cool and inviting year-round.
World Ocean Day is an annual celebration held on 8 June which unites and rallies the world to protect and restore our blue planet. In our latest blog, State Herbarium's Jem Barratt takes a deep dive into how its scientific work focusing on seagrasses and seaweed helps with the restoration and preservation of our ocean ecosystems.
Have you noticed a strange looking unit near the First Creek Wetlands at Adelaide Botanic Garden? Did you know this machine is collecting valuable biodiversity data which will be used to safeguard South Australia's Myrtleceae trees against a deadly disease.