Sex in the Garden (Pollen, Pistils, and Parthenogenesis)
Properly considered (or for that matter, improperly considered), the garden is all about sex. It's going on constantly: flowers, pollinators, seeds, germination. It's not just the plants that are busy, either; insects, birds, and mammals are getting into the procreative act. Whether it's cross-species romance or virgin birth, you'll soon realize that "public garden" doesn't necessarily mean PG.
Join us as RRA Director of Horticulture Marc Montefusco talks about why sex exists, and what's in it for the gardener.
Location: Wisner House
Thursday, February 11 at 7:30 pm