Summer is nearly here. Ever wonder why moths fly toward bright lights? Find out on today's Moment of Science.
Learn about phobias to snakes and spiders on this edition of A Moment of Science.
Long used in courtship rituals, sweet smelling flowers developed their fragrances to attract insects.
The coloring of certain flowers can have motivational effects on bees and caterpillars. Find out how on this Moment of Science.
A plant's nightlife may not include dining and dancing, but it does play an important role in its flowering season.
A team of scientists wondering if some bees might be natural risk takers decided to put that question to the test.
If you've ever walked through a flower garden in bloom and thought you smelled something unpleasantly pungent, you may not have been imagining things.
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?
The agave plant is a monocarpic, meaning it flowers just once, and then it dies. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Are vegetables and nuts actually fruits? Find out what the botanists think.