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100 years ago, people were eating things that most of us will never taste. So what happened?
The strange, twisted story behind Seattle's blackberries
Mother trees recognize kin and send them "messages of wisdom"
21 Fruits And Veggies You Didn't Know Grew Like That
Color Coded Food and Flowers Photographed by Emily Blincoe
The Secret History of Citrus
How To Propagation: Regrow Mint from Cuttings
CRISPR Is Going To Revolutionize Our Food System... And Save Bananas
Recognizing Spring, Scientifically, by the New York Times
Shazam for Plants Will Identify Any Plant From a Picture
The Crazy World of Cycad Sex - Ginkgo In Defense of Plants
German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks
In Heirloom Harvest, Old-School Portraits Of Vegetable Treasures
Brooklyn Botanic Garden Exhibition Is Knitted With Scientific Accuracy
A New Chapter for Saffron, by the New York Times
Giant Sloths Are the Reason Why Avocados Are Still Around
New research shows plants talking
The world's most popular banana could go extinct.
This NYC garden grows fruit where the sun doesn’t shine
2015 El Nino has casued Chile's Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on Earth, to burst into life.
8 things you didn’t know about hemp
My 34,682% ROI on Potatoes
The Poison Garden
Could Grassroots ‘Cactivism’ be the Cure for California’s Drought?
Is Portland The Epicenter Of A New American Bonsai Movement?
Can the Azolla Fern That Cooled the Planet Do It Again?
Thousands Stop to Smell a Flower (and Hope Not to Gag)
Snap Pea Sensei
Cactus Flowers: Mother Nature’s Fireworks
How to feed the cities of the future | The Verge
Why Harry Klee’s perfect tomato isn’t sold in supermarkets.
Harvesting Lavender and How Lavender Essential Oil Is Made
Plants and Flowers Time lapse and Beauty Shots + Bonus 4k Video
Is It Really Possible To "Unripen" A Banana With A Hairdryer And Some Rice?
Meghalaya's Living Bridges - Incredible India
A tomato from our garden got a crack and stitched itself...
Remarkable Footage of Plants That Explode to Disperse Their Seeds
Genetically Engineering an Icon: Can Biotech Bring the Chestnut Back to America's Forests? - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic
Can We Engineer an American Chestnut Revival?
NASA: These 18 Houseplants Help Purify Your Home's Air
The fountain of youth and health might be blooming in your front yard
Saving The Sweetest Watermelon The South Has Ever Known
The Soviet Military Secret That Could Become Alaska's Most Valuable Crop
"Into the Wild" author uses science to solve toxic seed mystery
20+ Photos Of Geometrical Plants For Symmetry Lovers
Genetically modified crops? Nature got there first.
Fruits and Veggies Under the Microscope
Eating the Sun: Can Humans Be Hacked to Do Photosynthesis?
Macro Timelapse of Plants Growing
Broccoli MRI gif -- also Watermelon and Cantaloupe!
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