Seed Dispersal

Top Photo: Wind-borne seed dispersal groundsel tree. In my last post I mentioned¬†at least one method in which¬†plants manage to get from one place to another. “Perhaps a bird visiting the garden where the original plant was, or is still growing, ate one or several of the fruit. Passing by the Museum, the bird landed in one of the locust trees, depositing seeds in its droppings beneath the tree. The vine sprang up where the seed-laced droppings fell.” Indeed, IRead more