An extremely rare corpse flower that smells like rotten flesh is about to bloom at the New York Botanical Garden after six years of being nurtured.
A newly discovered flower species growing in a south Colombian forest resembles a demon’s head.
The pungent flowers native in Indonesia are also known as Amorphophallus titanum, which means "misshapen giant penis."
Asian tiger mosquitoes prefer to lay their eggs near flowers, suggesting we could lure these pests into traps using certain flower fragrances. This could help control the spread of mosquito-transmitted disease.
A unique monkeyflower species is shedding light on plant evolution, according to a new study.