Blue pigmentation doesn't exist in the plant kingdom, but blueberries have found a unique way around this.
From record-breaking plants and incredible animal news to space superlatives and the awesome power of Taylor Swift fans, here’s the long list of things we learned in 2023.
The hardy plant’s ability to stay vibrant through the winter made it a natural choice for pre-Christian winter festivals, but why is holly now associated with Christmas?
Frankincense and myrrh are a fragrant part of traditional Christmas celebrations, but what exactly are these pebble-like perfumes?
Watch up close as one Cape sundew plant uses its tentacles to trap and entomb an insect.
As you wait for Christmas to arrive, this cheery brainteaser will get you in the holiday spirit.
Most airline passengers focus on what they can’t bring through TSA checkpoints—but you'd be shocked by what can actually slip right through.
Spring isn't the only time of year the gardens are worth visiting.
Spanish moss is neither Spanish nor moss. But the iconic Southern plant has an interesting history.
It has even led to the discovery of a new species.
If you have an iPhone, you can identify plants without downloading a third-party app.
Poison ivy can take many different shapes and sizes. It can appear in small patches, take the form of creeping vines or a bush, and can even mimic the appearance of a tree it has wrapped itself around.
Planting native flowers, shrubs, and trees instead of ornamentals or plain grass around your home has a number of long-term environmental benefits.
If you've ever drowned a houseplant, it's time to switch to the ice cube method.
The differences between garden soil and potting soil shouldn’t be ignored.
When it comes to rescuing endangered species, progress is an ongoing effort—but these plants and animals have made successful comebacks.
Once you’ve learned a few key things about your garden, you’ll know how often you should grab a hose and start watering.
The rare, giant plant is equal parts fascinating and foul.