Australia Landscape star plants
Find out more about the star plants in this year's Australia Landscape at the British Museum.
Australia Landscape is the fourth landscape in a five-year partnership programme involving the British Museum and Kew, which celebrates the shared vision of both institutions to strengthen cultural understanding and support biodiversity conservation across the world.
This year's landscape showcases the rich biodiversity of Australia, and how these fragile systems are under threat from land usage and climate change. This is particularly important as Australia has one of the world’s greatest concentrations of geographically restricted species (known as endemics): 90% of Australian plants are found only in Australia.
Browse plant profiles
evergreen kangaroo paw
Australian tree fern
Tasmanian blue gum
Sturt's desert pea
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