When a species is a rare as the Disa forficaria, pollination requires some creativity.
Getting up close to everyday objects can produce some truly fascinating photos.
Pretty petals and vases are just the beginning—especially when it comes to fending off bacteria.
A prehistoric beetle got caught in a sticky situation. Millions of years later, it’s helping scientists understand the first flowers.
Dry ‘em, press ‘em, and, uh... microwave ‘em?
Demand for the plant's oil fueled the rise in popularity.
The Bronx's stinkiest resident will only blossom for a day or so.
Some species are hitting snooze on flowering season to cope with the stresses of a warming planet.
Weekend warriors are tracking the early emergence of spring.
Artist Kehinde Wiley employed the language of flowers.
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