Decomposing trees on the forest floor become "dead wood"—a part of ecosystems that researchers are only beginning to understand.
Too popular for its own good? The career of a flower so powerfully beautiful, fashion would inevitably declare it over.
As two researchers found out, rewilding a species can be done in different ways, sometimes with different outcomes.
The long-lived species' survivor genes are dispersed from the Yukon to southern California, meaning that it has a good chance of weathering climate change.
Of early modern medicinal monopolies and the nature of a "true" product of empire.
For some sand-dwelling plants, stickiness is a defense tactic that keeps predators at bay.
“You have to have almost a cruel streak in you to be a successful Martin landlord."
Tap into the underground network of plants and fungi with mysterious myco-heterotrophes.
The tiny winter songbirds are clever kings to the Irish. They're also fodder (literally) for post-Christmas ritual.
The carnivorous plant, native to the Carolinas, has beguiled botanists and members of the public alike since the eighteenth century.