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Luminous individual wafer-like seeds of a Lomatium seedhead. Photo: John Whittlesey

Seeds: Nature’s Artful Engineering is a traveling exhibit of photographs, interpretive information, and hands-on activities. The exhibit is the third in a series of natural history exhibits conceived and created by John Whittlesey and me.

John Whittlesey is owner of Canyon Creek Nursery & Design in interior Northern California and a garden designer, plantsman, landscape contractor, and avid photographer. He is author of The Plant Lover’s Guide to Salvias published by Timber Press in 2014.

I am the native plant curator at Gateway Science Museum in Chico, California, and the creator and host of Cultivating Place: conversations on natural history and the human impulse to garden, a weekly public radio gardening podcast from North State Public Radio.

Enjoyment of and appreciation for the amazing diversity and beauty of the natural world, in the wild and in the garden, directly inspires our work. This exhibit is designed as a vehicle for us to share our excitement about the incredible diversity of seed forms, evolution...

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