Do you know of a Wollemi Pine growing in a park or garden? Whether it's in your backyard, outside your office window, or in a nearby public space ... We want to hear from you!
Using citizen science, researchers at the Australian Botanic Garden  want to investigate where exactly Wollemi Pines are growing in gardens across Australia, and worldwide. Why? Identifying the hottest, coldest, wettest and driest places where Wollemi Pines are grown will give us important insight into the environmental tolerances of this special tree, which will in turn help us manage it in a changing climate. We hope that this citizen science project will also raise awareness of the importance of gardens in threatened plant conservation.
Learn more about our project here.

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This is a Wollemi pine.

If you need it, you can find more information on Wollemi pine identification here.

This is a Wollemi pine. <br><br>If you need it, you can find more information on Wollemi pine identification<a href="http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/NSWfl.pl?page=nswfl&amp;lvl=sp&amp;name=Wollemia%7Enobilis" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"> here</a>.

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* 1. Is the Wollemi pine that you've spotted planted in the ground or in a pot?

We'll use location data to build a map of where Wollemi Pines are growing all over the world. This information helps us understand the environmental tolerances of the Wollemi Pine (e.g., where is the hottest/driest/coldest/wettest place on Earth it's growing?).

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* 2. Where is the Wollemi Pine that you've spotted growing?

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* 3. How tall is the Wollemi pine? Please give height in cm OR inches. Estimates are ok.

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Measuring the height of a Wollemi Pine.

Measuring the height of a Wollemi Pine.

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* 4. Is the Wollemi pine still alive?

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* 5. How many trunks does the Wollemi pine have?

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We are interested in how many substantial stems or trunks (more than 1 cm diameter) are coming out of the ground (or near the ground). The scientific name for these trunks are "orthotropic leaders".

For example, the Wollemi Pine pictured above has two trunks.

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* 6. Please upload a photo of the Wollemi Pine, if you have one.

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Why not upload the picture to twitter too? Use #ispywollemi and tag @ispyawollemi

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* 7. Do you know this Wollemi Pine well? Have you known it for more than a year? Is it growing in your garden? Can you answer some questions about whether it has cones or not?

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