This is a vascular bundle of Pterídium aquilínum: it's basically the blood vessels of plants!
Protopteris singeri used to live in Central Europe during the Cretaceous period
Trident maple is often used to create bonsais because it produces ramifications very quickly
Ethylene gas (C2H4) is also used to induce flowering. It is widely used in the chemical industry, and its worldwide production (over 150 million tonnes in 2016) exceeds that of any other organic compound
Calceolaria uniflora comes from South America. Its shape could help attract pollinators.
It's called mistletoe, and it lives by sucking water and nutrients from the trees
This sequoia is 115m tall (379 ft), and might be 800 years old
Flowers stay warm at 86 degrees Farenheit even when the air temperature is around 50. Researchers suspect they do so to attract pollinators
The Gympie Gympie produces a toxin so painful that it drove people to suicide. The pain has been described as being sprayed with acid and electrocuted at the same time
Its fruits grow directly from the trunk, as is the case for cocoa
This seed looks alive because of a larva living inside it
They are always sold de-shelled because their shells are as toxic as poison ivy