Plants make clicking sounds that animals may hear, travel 16 feet, and have now been tuned down for human ears to hear for the first time.
These plants are laid-back but will let you know what they need, whether you're buying a plant gift for a friend with a black thumb or just for you.
Planters and plant stands, featuring everything from mid-century minimalist to Memphis Group maximalist. Just no more plastic pots, man.
How much light does a plant need? Are there different watering techniques? And, most importantly, which ones are the easiest to keep alive?
Plants grown in soil from three Apollo landing sites pave the way to sustainable lunar habitats.
From copper shovels to pruning shears, gardeners Alessandro Vitale and Brian Brigantti explain the best gardening tools and tips for spring.
“The other day, I got a text saying how the videos of mushrooms singing had helped his ailing mum.”
Give your emailin' and Zoomin' space a reset with plants that are hard to kill and easy to love. Just like you!
The Dudleya succulent is highly sought after because it can be sold overseas for as high as $600,000.
Triantha occidentalis is the latest member of the “small but fascinating ecological guild of carnivorous plants,” reports a new study.