The Australian National Herbarium (ANH) is one of the largest plant collections in the country, providing crucial information on Australia's native flora.
The Australian National Herbarium houses a major collection of plant specimens from across the country, providing invaluable scientific information about our native flora.
The Australian National Herbarium's collection is a major resource for research into plant conservation, taxonomy, evolution and physiology.
Secrets of Kokoda's biodiversity
More than 200,000 plant specimens from Papua New Guinea are held at the Australian National Herbarium, forming an invaluable record of the country's biodiversity.
Plant conservation and biodiversity
We are helping protect our native biodiversity by improving the management of remnant vegetation and the availability of appropriate seed for revegetation projects.
Plant taxonomy and evolution
We explore the latest in plant taxonomy information to better understand the biodiversity of Australian plants and their evolutionary processes.
Soil and plant interactions
The relationships between plants and microorganisms can help us understand pathogen resistance, improve revegetation programs and investigate the structure of plant communities.