Tuesday Talk: Botanical Biographies – Stories from our Native Plants

Tuesday Talk: Botanical Biographies – Stories from our Native Plants

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$10/person (plus fees)
Join Juliana Smith, Naturalist & Project Coordinator for the Spring Island Trust, as we take a peek between the petals of our native plants to learn about the strategies they employ to ensure the success of their future generations. As we explore their world, we’ll learn about the unique anatomy of several of our native plants and how different forms prioritize different pollinators. After this talk, you’ll never look at our native flora in the same way again!

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