Style Guide for authors

  • Kate Hughes Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
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If you would like to contribute to Sibbaldia please send a summary of the content of your proposed paper to Papers and short notes on the cultivation, conservation, research, botany (but not taxonomic botany), history, landscaping, legislation, management and curation of plants and landscapes in botanic and other gardens will be considered. All papers and short notes are accepted on the understanding that they have not have been accepted for publication or be under consideration elsewhere and that they will be subject to editing. All papers will be reviewed by independent reviewers. Authors are required to agree to the Creative Commons Copyright Notice in the online submission process. Authors for whom English is not their first language should have their papers checked by a fluent English speaker before submission. The suitability for inclusion of the paper in Sibbaldia rests with the Editor.

A pdf of the paper and a copy of the final printed format will be supplied to authors free of charge.

Author Biography

Kate Hughes, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Horticultural Project Officer



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How to Cite
Hughes, K. (2019). Style Guide for authors. Sibbaldia: The International Journal of Botanic Garden Horticulture, (17).