Nigel Chaffey discovers Pooh sticks might be a lot more serious than you realise.
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Ferns use their leaves for both reproduction and carbon fixation. How do they manage to use one organ to tackle two very different jobs?
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.
The recent confirmation of the names of four new chemical elements is a tribute to the creative powers of humankind. It also shows how much we’ve...
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.
Our Twitter and Facebook audiences don't always agree on what they find interesting, but they both agreed that there was a problem in July.
This month we learn plants can give and they can take away, but both Nature Plants and AoB PLANTS are happy to give.