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Weird and Wonderful Skunk Cabbage
Weird and Wonderful Skunk Cabbage
Spring’s First Wildflower: The Engine that Can
With Judy Barr

Skunk cabbages are the earliest wildflowers in the spring. But the flowers don’t look like flowers, and the leaves don’t look like leaves…
* What do their flowers and leaves look like?
* How does this weird plant burrow thru snow?
* What is the rest of the life cycle of this amazing plant?
* Where can you find them in Wellesley?

Note: If you love purple and green, you will love this plant!!!! Video recorded at the Guernsey Sanctuary over the last couple of weeks.

Designed for families and children of all ages. Pre-registration is required.

Upcoming: Spring & Summer Wildlife of Vernal Pools: Fairies, Frogs, and Damsels. Wednesday, April 14, 4PM. Pre-register here:

Wellesley Conservation Land Trust Educational Series
Co-sponsored with the Wellesley Free Library, Natural Resources Commission, and Sustainable Wellesley

Mar 24, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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