Growing Perennials From Collected Seed and Early Fall Color

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The Plantrama Partners-in-Plants start by discussing how to eat the parts of plants we often toss out or put into the compost. Next, we talk about growing new plants from the seeds that you might see right now in your perennial garden. We end by answering a listener’s question about what might make a shrub or tree turn bright colors very early in autumn.

:36 What’s For Dinner: Parts of plants we often ignore: Carrot stems, beet stems and queen Anne’s lace flowers.

11:12 Eat/Drink/Grow: Growing perennials from the seeds you find in your garden

19:28 Love Letters and Questions: Shelley writes: What would cause a tree to turn colors and drop its leaves early in the fall?

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