Amazing Nature Botany Curation : June 2021 Report #3


We appreciate your posts and the following ones are randomly selected because of their botanical qualities. They are manually curated on behalf of the Amazing Nature Community.

First a brief explanation about Botany:

Botany is a broad term covering scientific study of plants. It could be from a small living organism to a tree. Included would be flora, fungi, lichens, trees and flowering plants.

We are also interested in plants for their psychological (good for the mind & soul) benefits.

Through botany, medicinal properties are discovered from nature. Food, medicines, parks, forests, pollution and much more have been improved with botanical knowledge. Botanists search for alternatives from the harmful chemicals used on crops and the deforestation that has damaged the health of our planet.

Herbalism, with ancient people identifying edible, medicinal or poisonous plants, is the original of Botany. Our ancestors and Native peoples were botanists in their own right. They knew of the healing properties to be found in plants but much of that knowledge had been lost to future generations.

Now I would like to bring your attention to the curated posts and ask you to show some love to the amazing authors:

  • @juancar347 relaxes while walking on a familiar path in the city. He takes in the beauty of nature that awaits the opening of the magical gates of summer.




  • @aceh-media discovers exploring beautiful plants has taught him a lot about nature with it’s uniqueness and beauty. He finds an orchid tree with beautiful purple flowers. He tells us Indonesia is located on the equator and because of the stable climate many types of this species grow there.




  • knows the healing power of nature. He likes long walks with his dogs on the eco-trails created in the forest where peace and calm overwhelms him. Along the way he meets little inhabitants of the forest.




  • @katiefreespirit visits a botanical garden to see the blooming of the Titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum) in Warsaw. The exotic plant only blooms for a day or two and much interest was generated as crowds of people lineup to see it.



  • @suzana72 relates the story of the mulberry tree and the many uses and traditions associated with it. Mulberry leaves were used to feed silkworms, which produced fiber to make the kimono suit of the ruling class in China.




We like to see quality posts. You have a chance to be selected for OCD curation.

A special thanks to #OCD for curating and supporting the Amazing Nature Community.

To be eligible for curation:

  • Contents must be posted directly into the Amazing Nature Community feed or use hive-127788 as first tag if posting from Ecency.

  • Photographs and text must be your own or properly sourced with a nice description for each individual photo. Please state why those photos represent your Amazing Nature.

  • Do not post a string of pictures without text. Add some explanations between each one of them.

Entries for the Amazing Nature Contest and Thematic Challenge are separate. They will be highlighted in the competition evaluation.


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