Estos días estoy disfrutando de la biografía de Charles Léo Lesquereux (1806-1889), briólogo y paleobotánico suizo del siglo XIX, refugiado científico en EE.UU. durante la mayor parte de su vida y uno de mis héroes personales, especialmente tras conocer la historia de la flora maldita que os relaté en su momento. Hay varios motivos por […]
Carl and Debs Legge have been growing oca at Bryn Ffynnon for three years. They originally received tubers as a gift from Rhizowen – a box of “forty to fifty mixed, shrivelled tubers”. Debs described the package as an “improvised explosive device”, packed so tightly with tubers like “witchetty grubs” that the contents flew out upon opening.
Debs is still growing a deep red variety from tubers, as she likes the colour. However,
From the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY
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The mosses have finally arrived as significant characters in Part 3! We discover that Alma has decided to devote her time and energies to studying mosses in the genus Dicranum and she becomes
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