See Madagascar’s palms before they’re gone

The extinction of Madagascar’s palms are “truly terrifying…the situation cannot be ignored”. For 192 palm species, Madagascar is the only place on Earth – and most probably in the Universe – where you can see them growing in the wild. If we don’t get our act together, the remote possibility of parallel evolution occurring on another planet may be your only option. Continue reading “See Madagascar’s palms before they’re gone”

The Living Eden: Madagascar’s Unique Flora and Fauna

Join me and Craig Lidgerwood on this garden tour to explore Madagascar’s unique flora and fauna, exploring Madagascar’s rich and unique wildlife habitats, venturing into exquisite national parks and reserves ranging from semi-tropical rainforests, succulent and spiny thicket, rocky landscapes of the central west and marvelling at the spectacular mineral forest (karst spires) of the Tsingy de Bemaraha. Continue reading “The Living Eden: Madagascar’s Unique Flora and Fauna”