Plant lovers in New York are enjoying a smelly treat with the rare bloom of a corpse flower at the New York Botanical Garden.
Plant lovers in New York are in for a smelly treat with the imminent bloom of a rare corpse flower at the city's Botanical Garden.
Scientists have christened a subgenus of plants with a killer name: Jamesbondia.
The fairy circles of Namibia—believed to be unique in the natural world—have long been "one of nature's greatest mysteries," according to a recently published study.
Scientists in London have developed an ecological imaging test that may help determine which breast cancers are most likely to be deadly— an analysis that could in turn help doctor...
Scientists have discovered the fossilized remains of a flower entombed in Dominican amber, the first-ever specimen of a plant family that has given the world some of the deadliest ...
You won’t believe Mother Nature’s Crayola-worthy shades.
Death Valley may be gearing up for a rare wildflower ‘super bloom,’ according to experts at the National Park Service.
Smoking marijuana just isn't the same today as it was 20 years ago—and not only because it's now legal in some states.
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