The Intersection of Plants and People

Going to Seed

Some seeds blow like parachutes on the lightest breeze. Others snare a dog’s fur with their spines and ride off on canine transportation, possibly to conquer a new patch of ground. Many appear in familiar packages, while others pour from alien-like shells. In this Observe story, we examine seeds and seed pods from both the garden and from a wild field.

Photos: Benita Green Lee

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This entry was posted on October 5, 2013 by in Feature, Uncategorized and tagged .
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