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A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of botany.
Video playlists about Botany
8 talks •
What is nature? Follow the camera's eye to many stunning places on the planet -- from the African veldt to the Amazon rainforest to the teeming world under the Arctic ice.
Insects are awesome!
11 talks •
Bugs are one of nature's wonders. These insect-obsessed speakers talks about how ants form societies, how bees pollinate flowers, and how termites can be quite ... tasty.
12 talks •
Green, leafy, often delicious: Plants are all around us and make the ecosystem work. Hear from gardeners, vegetarians, designers and conservationists on the wonderful world of plants and vegetables.
Grow your own stuff
7 talks •
You’ve heard of ‘do it yourself,’ but what about ‘grow it yourself?’ Enjoy these quirky talks full of possibilities.
Talks about Botany
How we can eat our landscapes
The beautiful tricks of flowers
Every pollen grain has a story