Higher Ground

Texas is home to a treasured, psychotropic native plant

Sunflower Squad Goals

Teamwork among Helianthus species gives hope for the future

Higher Ground

Higher Ground

Texas is home to a treasured, psychotropic native plant

Sunflower Squad Goals

Sunflower Squad Goals

Teamwork among Helianthus species gives hope for the future

By Land and Leaf

By Land and Leaf

Wayfinding the old-fashioned way

Crowdsourcing Conservation

Crowdsourcing Conservation

How one determined botanist is teaming up and heading out

Blooms of a Different Hue

Blooms of a Different Hue

When nature gets novel, we pay attention

The Cricket Connection

The Cricket Connection

Native plants and crickets are essential to healthy cave ecosystems

Giants Among Us

Giants Among Us

The magnitude and peace of a big, big tree

Developmental Danger

Developmental Danger

Dissecting the "urban" in disturbance

Pull It or Plant It: Frostweed

Pull It or Plant It: Frostweed

A friendly (but opinionated!) debate about frostweed

Here There Be Dangers

Here There Be Dangers

How flowers set the table for certain creatures

Love Letters

Love Letters

A group of conservation biologists is spreading the plant love

Grounds for Play

Grounds for Play

Nature play lets parents chill and kids lead

Walking Nearby Waters

Walking Nearby Waters

Restoring watersheds and, in the process, people

You Only Bloom Once … Or Twice … Or More

You Only Bloom Once … Or Twice … Or More

The lives and times of annual and perennial plants

With Botany and Two Burros

With Botany and Two Burros

An intrepid, early botanist still inspires today

LATEST ISSUE

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2020 | Volume 37, No. 1

Field Guided
Texas artists find inspiration in local landscapes and native plants

Magic Mushrooms
Plants and fungi working together

Science Spotlight: Dr. Suzanne Simard
Unearthing the wood wide web

Pull It or Plant It
A debate about American century plants

Pet Prairies
The commendable hobby of a Center conservationist

 

Living Space
Gardening for fauna — plus beauty and resilience

Wildflower Center News
Updates and impact on site and beyond

Plant and Parcel
Get planting with a mobile, versatile container garden

A Sensory Journey
Urban green space goes big in Mexico City

Still Life
Drawing nature to soothe the modern mind

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