Despite the twelve volume herbarium she created, this seventeenth-century scientist earned little recognition.
Constantine Samuel Rafinesque was an adventuring naturalist who named 2,700 genera and wrote about evolution before Darwin. Why has he been forgotten?
Frederick Coville and Elizabeth White, two strangers, domesticated the blueberry together. They valued beauty and worked to support local communities.
The obituary of noted botanist George R. Proctor reveals a surprising story.