Hikori Sato explains why a living forest isn’t just a collection of trees.
April Windle presents The Wonderful World of Lichens: Introduction to Saving Devon’s Treescapes
It’s not your imagination, some plants are prepared for your hoe when you try to eradicate them from your garden.
The best botanist on YouTube gives a guided tour of the Chihuahua Desert.
We’ll be aiming to expand the range of what we can share.
When plants in the Namib desert suffer from water stress, strange things happen.
Trees that have stood for thousands of years may soon collapse due to climate change. If they do, they’ll take irreplaceable aboriginal art with them.
Parasitic plants draw life from their hosts, but now it seems that even after death, some plants have a baleful influence.
Botanical gardens provide access to vital plants and water for butterflies in the southwest US. This will only become more important as the climate becomes warmer and drier.
Ladybugs, or Ladybirds, are popular insects with gardeners with a taste for pests like aphids, but it’s not just prey that’s important. Entomologists have examined plants to see what else a ladybug looks for in a home.
Botanists have found disturbance can increase pollination and seed set for an Arum on Mallorca. So why isn’t that good news for the plant?
A study of Paspalum species native to South America shows that while clones can expand a plant’s range, the method a parent uses to clone itself will impact how the population develops.
Ecologists find that while birds can scatter seeds, sometimes they take their treasures too far to aid a plant.
In urban areas, gardens and parks can provide green oases among the concrete, and birds are adapted to fly in and settle in these areas. But not all green spaces are the same.