The plant world has always been appreciated for its visual appeal, but its true splendor becomes clear when you look under the electron microscope. This collection unearths wonderful images of the strange world of pollen, seeds, petals, algae, and leaves. In these photographs, tobacco appears to have tentacles, tree rings look like interlocking chains, and a geranium leaf seems to offer a glimpse of cosmic forests. The pollen nearly steals the show here, but also take a look at the orchid leaves, chickweed, and wild carrot seeds. Short texts describe the plants' attributes, as well as the technology needed to photograph them.