Sex and the Single Maple: Our Blooming Trees and Shrubs


Sunday, April 29, 2018
1 p.m.
Morrill Education Center & Grounds

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How did the pussy willow get its puffs? Why do beautiful apple blossoms form fruit containing seeds with a trace of cyanide? Most of our flowering woody plants bear beautiful and inconspicuous blooms that often go unnoticed. From the delicate, crimson petals of hazelnut to the snow-white blooms of wild cherry, this program uses slides and stories to present the flowers and intriguing means of pollination of some common trees and shrubs. Well-known author, environmentalist and storyteller Michael Caduto leads this program for general audiences, wildflower enthusiasts, naturalists and aficionados of botanical puns.

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Adult, Child under 15


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