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Asters and goldenrods are beautiful heralds of autumn and valuable species for our local ecology. Join naturalist Adam Kohl to explore the diversity of these wildflowers found in the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. Adam will discuss the habits and habitats of various species, and describe the co-evolutionary relationships—particularly with insects—that make them such ecological powerhouses. Many asters and goldenrods produce abundant seeds that germinate quite readily, making them a good first stop when learning to propagate plants. Adam will teach us the best techniques to effectively grow these perennials from seed, and explain important guidelines for responsible seed collection that all of us should follow.
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