Speaker: Karyn Molines, Vice President of MNPS
In our first on-line program, Karyn will enlighten us on how to observe native flowers from a pollinator's perspective.
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This program will live-streamed on the Maryland Native Plant Society YouTube channel. The recording of the Program will be available. We appreciate your patience as we learn about technologies whose details are new to us.
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The wildflowers and other plants we find in our gardens and in natural areas attract our attention because of their showy flowers. Flowers have developed a wide diversity of shapes, sizes, colors, and scents as amazing strategies to ensure that they can produce seeds that create the next generation. This information will be interesting to those exploring natural areas, as well as those striving to create pollinator friendly gardens.
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