One of the most romantic features of a plant is its flower, which we know is a major way that plants create new plants. You would think that plant sex is probably about as interesting as watching paint dry, right? Think again. The ways plants, algae, and fungi reproduce tell us a lot about how procreation has evolved over time. Join Elizabeth Farnsworth, a Senior Research Ecologist with the New England Wild Flower Society, for this racy lecture about the many interesting reproductive strategies these species pursue. Be prepared to blush.
Winter Lectures are free of charge, however, space is limited.
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