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If you take a look at a tropical rainforest, the species of plants you see can tell you the story about their life.
The United States Botanic Garden combines science and education to keep orchids safe in their collections and in the wild.
Why citing sources matters.
A new study in the Journal of Applied Ecology highlights how photos in a Facebook group can complement plant scientists’ sightings.
The Mojave Desert is attracting solar infrastructure. Now, researchers are interested in knowing the impact this will have on plant dwellers.
Special edition of Fascination of Plant Day infographics.
Drones are helping find plants hiding where humans cannot go.
A citizen science project improves appreciation of plants and the ecological processes they play a part in.
Blending traditional knowledge and Western science to strategise the battle against climate change
Concern that flowers are blooming earlier is about more than wish to return to the good old days.
A plant native to the tropical forests of Mexico was essential for the development of the contraceptive pill.
Darwin may indeed not have been referring to angiosperms broadly in his famous words to his friend.