Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Field Pussytoes

Apparently, the male and female plants are distinctly different, and in some areas the male plant is rare or absent. They can produce seed without fertilization; the new plants are genetically identical to the mother. We have several patches of these.

Lucy is home and is doing well. She has to be leashed for 8 weeks - and no playfighting, either. It's going to be difficult to explain this to Jasper! Posted by Picasa

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