I set out to create 'A 100 Days of Botany' for this year's 'The 100 Day Project'. To find a creative way each day to share something on botany, wether that be through illustration, text, or both. This way, instead of committing to a hundred botanical illustrations as I did last year, I allow myself room to breathe. Room to say: today, I'm too busy to spend hours and hours on research and write and finish an article, or start and finish an illustration, but all I need to do is show up and find an interesting way to share something on botany. It doesn't have to be an article, it doesn't have to be an illustration. The commitment is this: SHOW UP. That's all, show up and create. If there's room and time, then go all out, if there isn't, then create something small.
As always, requests welcome. Is there a plant, a botanical terms, or a botanist you'd like to know more about, or something interesting you might want to share instead, then leave a comment to let me know about it or reach out on social media. If it sounds interesting, I'll do my best to incorporate it in my project.