Sex life of plants (part 1)

Bill Bampton explains the sometimes bizarre ways in which plants pollinate.

Sex life of plants (part 1)

 The sex life of plants is important to gardeners because it is at the heart of what our gardens are about — flowers, fruit and diversity.

The ultimate thing to understand about plants and sex is that plants are rooted. From this predicament stems the many strange variations of plant sex. Imagine you are blind, stuck in the ground, having to procreate with other individuals blind, stu...

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