Amateur botanist Margaret Rebecca Dickinson painted the wildflowers she collected in the English countryside.
Plantfluencers? Back in the nineteenth century, it was the dazzling leaves of cordyline that set trends in domestic style.
Artificial light has a huge variety of harmful effects on ecosystems. Scientists are exploring ways to mitigate the damage.
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."