Our most popular tweet in April pointed to someone else’s site.
The catch-22 of being a carnivorous plant https://t.co/3gXfXPXisN
— Botany One (@botanyone) April 6, 2016
It’s a good post on the Plant Scientist blog about a difficult problem. Carnivorous plants want to attract insects to their flowers to be pollinated. But how to they avoid accidentally eating their assistants?
Facebook most popular post was down to a regular in our social streams.
This time it was sexual deception in Bee Orchids that pulled the visitors to In Defense of Plants.
Meanwhile on the blog Nigel set me a challenge
Normally I divide the Plant Cuttings into bite-sized chunks, but this post worked better as a feast.
Tomorrow we see an interesting categorisation of plants.