A once-in-a-lifetime event is happening in California, where an endangered enormous plant that blooms every 100 years readies to burst into thousands of flowers.
Researchers working in the Mekong region of Southeast Asia discovered 367 new species between 2012-2013, and are finding them at a rate of one new species every two days.
Flowers often need reproductive help from birds and bees, not to mention bats, moths, lizards and primates.
A cosmic mystery is uniting monks and scientists in Japan after a cherry tree grown from a seed that orbited the Earth for eight months bloomed years earlier than expected -- and with very surprising flowers.
Check out these flowering plants that can help give bees a boost.
More than two-thirds of Rocky Mountain wildflowers bloom earlier, peak sooner or continue blooming later in the year compared to the 1970s. Continue reading →
Honeybees have little clawed legs that can tell the difference between sweet, bitter and salty tastes.
Plants have the same protein that allows birds to navigate using Earth's magnetic field. But does that mean plants feel the magnetic field too?
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