An engrossing, narrated hour-long talk based on her award-winning Timber Press title of the same name. “Every seed tells a story.” Though small and often not noticed or examined carefully, seeds are simply amazing—what they look like, what they do, how they do it, as they work towards their astounding goal of self-replication.
Teri’s tour finds strangeness and fascination in the seeds of plants as familiar as oaks and dandelions, and as curious as figs and hellebores. View the gorgeous photographs by Robert Llewellyn (she will explain his “image-stacking” technique).
“The Polly Hill Arboretum was delighted to welcome Teri Dunn Chace for a second visit, this time to speak about her recent book Seeing Seeds. Teri delighted our audience with stories, both scientific and intriguing, behind Robert Llewellyn’s extraordinary photos of seeds.”
Karin Stanley, Education & Outreach Coordinator, Polly Hill Arboretum