From the abstract of a new paper in GigaScience:
The 1,000 plants (1KP) project is an international multi-disciplinary consortium that has generated transcriptome data from over 1,000 plant species, with exemplars for all of the major lineages across the Viridiplantae (green plants) clade. Here, we describe how to access the data used in a phylogenomics analysis of the first 85 species, and how to visualize our gene and species trees.
The paper doesn't provide a link to what seems to be the actual project website. They mention directories within the iPlant Collaborative project where you can access data. The project website reveals that this project can be referred to either '1000 plants', 'oneKP' or '1KP' (but not '1000P'?).
Being a pedantic kind of guy, I was curious by the paper's vague mention of 'over 1,000 plant species'. How many species exactly? The paper doesn't say. But if you go to one of the iPlant pages for 1KP, you will see this:
Altogether, we sequenced 1320 samples (from 1162 species)
So this project seems to have exceeded the boundaries suggested by its name. How about the '1.2KP' project?