Yellow Pine, a name sometimes given to the ponderosa pine, found in the western United States, and also to such southern pine trees as the longleaf, slash, shortleaf, and loblolly.
For Jack and his beanstalk, the sky was the limit, but nature's giants hit a point at which they can't grow any taller. What prevents lofty trees like sequoias from soaring any higher?
The corpse flower looks like a giant phallus and smells like a rotting animal, the perfect addition to any garden. So how can gardeners get their gloved hands on one of these unique specimens? Or can they?