This corner of the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden website is about science, and is full of informative and educational material complied by Beryn Harty. Enjoy!
Download AlterNatives, a plant substitution guide for the Florida Keys. This publication was prepared by members of the FKIETF concerning landscaping alternatives to exotic plants, and suggestions of natives to use instead.
- What's blooming and fruiting in The Garden: View
- A survey of butterfly's found in The Garden on 9/21/2011 by Marc Minno and Beryn: View
- A list of what has been blooming and fruiting since October 2010: View
- Big Tree Champion or Challenger specimens in the Garden
- Taxonomy: A Review of the Classification of Living Organisms
Additional documents of scientific interest:
- Living Collection Assessment (Re-CAP) of the Garden, March 29, 2014 - View
- A report assessing the floristic nature of the KWBG - View
- The collections policy that guides the activities of the Garden in plant conservation - View
- A report to the Endangered Plant Advisory Council of the State of Florida regarding a KWBG collection, propagation and outplanting project - View
- An Archaeological Assessment and history of the Garden from its inception in 1934. Conducted in January 2006, by Walter S. Marder, AIA - View