The 118-foot, 3,500-year-old bald cypress tree known as "The Senator" in Longwood, Florida, was not only the state's oldest tree, and the fifth oldest tree in the whole country, but also the largest tree of any type east of the Mississippi. To put the tree's age in perspective, it's estimated it ... More >>
If Bacardi 151 is the most outrageous thing you've ever drunk, you have a lot to learn about drinking.Alcohol is so passe. Take these new age libations to a vegan potluck, and we guarantee you'll get laid just as easily as you would if Captain Morgan were facilitating.Bonus: you'll remember the w ... More >>
via Flickr mccheekAngel's trumpet or Devil's saxophone?Miami is a dangerous landscape of poisonous fauna. Some of us know that "poisonous" translates to "trippy". So, when you read about people dying from eating poisonous mushrooms, flowers, plants, and so on, it simply means that they were amate ... More >>
A lecture for the plant-lover in you
Monkey Jungle in Cutler Ridge is hosting a Malagasy Feast this Saturday as part of its Malagasy Festival, which is a celebration of Madagascar through the country's food, music, art and animal life.The feast is being prepared by tropical fruit tree expert Robert Barnum and includes Okra Lamb SoupThr ... More >>
A pair of artists on view in Wynwood offers deconstructed flora.
The Newport Guitar Festival meets Miami Beach.
An Argentine exhibit will satisfy your artistic needs.
A gorgeous restaurant with uneven cuisine but budding with promise
A rainbow of orchids illuminates Miami
Kreucht & Fleucht: Mixed and Complied by Dominik Eulberg (Mischwald)
Bits and Pieces
The Return of Jack Splash Counterflow Recordings
Of Montreal's sonic surrealism
Haulover Beach Park
Celebrate the fronds that make Miami a swingin' place
The Caribbean Juice Bar
This romantic comedy gets lost in the woods for a while before finding the right path
"Down to Earth"
Miami Tropical Bonsai
The Biltmore Tennis Center
Keith Moss doesn't wash his car. He waters it because plants are growing out of it. Isn't that crazy?
Parrot Jungle to Key Biscayne
In Miami's grand scheme of things, what's a few lousy trees?
Homestead Air Force Base is a crucial natural habitat for a rare plant. But don't worry, they'll develop around it.
Thanks to mother nature, the once mired mementos from ValuJet victims are floating to the surface