Helping the "Plant Blind" to See

Martine, Chris
March 2015
Keep Growing;Spring2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p10
The article looks at the cures for plant blindness, an incapacity for many people to recognize plants around them. Topics discussed include need of developing electronic education; teaching people to see; and visiting forests. It also discusses importance of botanic gardens, which can be used by people to learn about plants.


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