Trees in the forest communicate with each other through underground networks shaped and assisted by ectomycorrhizal fungi.
In some forests, trees grow in a manner that keeps their branches from touching one another. Despite decades of study, scientists aren't exactly sure why.
The Callery pear was meant to help prevent fire blight from destroying the commercial pear industry. Then it became invasive.
David George Haskell's book The Song of the Trees: Stories From Nature's Great Connectors, explores trees' connections with various communities.
Scientists think that planting trees could reverse climate change, but planting trees isn't as simple as it sounds.
The cities of Dresden and Hamburg saw their green spaces decimated by WWII, but each city grew back its trees in a very different way.
In addition to cleaning air pollution, trees absorb excess nutrients from soil, preventing algae blooms in waterways.
Does forest thinning, a land management strategy, offer an effective solution to the problem of forest fires?
For as long as plants have existed, there have been moving forests, migrating across the earth’s surface in response to changes in the climate.
Sub-Saharan Africa's iconic baobab trees are experiencing die-offs at an alarming rate. What makes these distinctive trees so unique?
India’s forest production company is following the tenets of the master Japanese botanist, restoring biodiversity in resource-depleted communities.
The mangrove is essential to ecosystems, but is in danger of becoming extinct.