What is the impact of humans domesticating plants for over 10,000 years? Do plants and other organisms change for better or worse? Tune in to find out.
Did you know that some plants might actually "talk" to one another? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Ever notice how a little cologne can be attractive, but too much is totally repellent? That principle is used by cycads, an ancient type of cone-bearing tree.
Are you bothered by all the pesticides farmers use and want to eat food that's more nutritious? Well, organic food is not necessarily more nutritious.
Have you ever been walking in the woods and noticed the smell of sweaty feet? Find out more on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever wondered why some flowers only bloom for a few days in the early spring, while others bloom much later, or all summer long?
Did you know that plants can clean the ground as well, through a process called phytoremediation? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
The agave plant is a monocarpic, meaning it flowers just once, and then it dies. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
For a plant, nectar is something like a political campaign contribution. "The Mystery of the Fern's Nectar" on this Moment of Science.
On sunny days, you can stay in the shade or use sunscreen, but what about plants? Learn more on this Moment of Science.