Streaming video from NYC offers a stink-free view of the notoriously malodorous corpse plant in bloom.
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Carnivorous plants began evolving about 70 million years ago, when an ancestor duplicated its entire genome, allowing some genes to be repurposed for hunting.
Three new plant species have disappeared from Earth every year since 1900, an alarming new analysis found.
A new study of how plants grew in the environments of the dinosaur age offers some new clues about their populations.
A strange plant that needs no sunlight and sucks on underground fungi for nutrients has turned up in Borneo, Malaysia, 151 years after the last time a scientist found it.
Trees generally snap, or at least lose a few branches, when faced with hurricane-strength winds. Not palm trees. These staples of the tropics typically bend during gusty weather.
Vegetables are good for your health, but now there's a whole new way that one veggie could help your heart: Spinach leaves can be used as a scaffold for beating human heart cells, a new study finds.
Scientists have discovered what may be the world’s oldest plant-like fossils, estimated to be 1.6 billion years old.
Having a lot of green around your home might help you live longer, according to a new study of more than 100,000 U.S. women.
Cretaceous flower seeds, recently discovered by scientists, represent the oldest known seeds of flowering plants, dating back 110 to 125 million years.
Sacred Datura (Datura wrightii) is a night-blooming herbaceous perennial that is common in the arid regions of the United States, Baja and northern Mexico.