A new article argues that conservation shouldn't be left to the countryside. There are major impacts to be made looking at pollinators in the city.
Author - Alun Salt
When he's not the web developer for AoB Blog, Alun Salt researches something that could be mistaken for the archaeology of science. His current research is about whether there's such a thing as scientific heritage and if there is how would you recognise it?
What could make sex better for a plant? When it brings in new genes from other plants. And this is what happens when faba beans get heat stress.
Today trees reach for the light. However, a recent article says that back in the Devonian period, plants played by different rules.
Want to look up species in the Encyclopaedia of Life a little faster? We have a tool for that.
In the Pantanal it's possible that botanists have found a plant that taking it's first steps - upwards.
We had a surprising number of well-shared posts in December, and there was no obvious topic that caught your eye, apart from Botany of course.
November showed how social media isn't just about pretty pictures. Sometimes pretty pictures are popular, but for our audience, they need to be backed by...
October was a mixed month. We lost a botanist in terrible circumstances. There was some hope though.
In September you liked flowers. You liked them fast and you liked them colourful.
In August you had a daring sense of style, both with images and the moves and rhymes to go with them.