From beautiful to bizarre, here are some of the oddest looking members of the plant family.
The Cambridge University Botanic Gardens are a site of scientific research, a site of conservation of plant varieties, and a public garden for peaceful relaxation away from city life. Here I write a brief illustrated...
Banana anyone? But not just your regular yellow banana. Be in awe as you find out all about the red banana, pink velvet banana, and purple banana.
A article on the different classes of fruits. Simple Fruits, Aggregate Fruits, Multiple Fruits.
Clover is the common name for plants of the genus Trifolium. The scientific name is derived from the Latin words tres ("three") and folium ("leaf"), since most species in the genus have trifoliolate
Have you ever wondered what water does for plants? How they absorb it or why they need as much (or little) as they do? You'd be surprised at some of the ways in which water helps a plant.
Warning about something so beauitful to the eye, but deadly. Please read and heed this warning as one's life could be in danger! If you have small children or pets, especially, you should read.
Anatomy deals with the study of gross internal details of plant organs like root, stem and leaf etc. the Dicot (primary), Monocot roots and stems in the transverse section show three main zones.
Play a photosynthesis relay race, create an edible leaf structure, act out the parts of a tree, examine and classify tree leaves and use them to identify trees, and more in this fun, hands-on lesson on leaves and trees!...
The true stories behind some of the most famous plants to appear in literature, film, music and legend - Edelweiss, Mandrake, Frankincense, the Mayflower and Lotus blossom. And many others.