A book that considers not only how plants have nourished the body, but also the soul.
It depends on whether or not it’s a good picture book about plants.
Nigel Chaffey discovers a glossary can also be a page-turner.
Plants despised today still have value, and this book explores their contribution to the British ecosystem.
In the waters of a river in Tabasco grows a population of red mangrove: a lost world whose origins can be traced back to the last glaciation.
The wealth of some of the 19th century powers can be traced to a piece of botanical equipment.
A fascinating book is hampered by its approach to citations.
If you can’t find a photo of a plant in the wild, is that because the photo doesn’t exist – or because you’re looking in the wrong database? A recent article concludes either answer could be right, depending on the plant.
The United States Botanic Garden combines science and education to keep orchids safe in their collections and in the wild.
Why citing sources matters.