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The shape, color, structure and odor of a flower usually determine the type of pollinators it attracts. A flower requires a pollinator that will visit it regularly and successfully transfer pollen in and/or between it and other flowers of its species to ensure fruit and seed production. For the service of pollination, the flower provides a reward: usually food such as nectar and/or pollen. Thus plants and their pollinators enjoy a mutualistic relationship. Continue reading
Fall Vegetable Gardening Saturday, August 25 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fairlington Community Center 3308 S. Stafford St., Arlington As warm-season gardens produce bountiful harvests, it is time to plan for vegetable gardening when the temperatures get cool. Whether you are looking for an encore … Continue reading