Episode 183: leaf botany part six - what do plants know, with Beronda Montgomery
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Did you know that plants have memory, senses and their own unique language? Find out more with Dr Beronda Montgomery, author of new book Lessons With Plants, in the latest instalment of the leaf botany series. Plus I answer a question about plants to hang in the shower. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/2021/5/7/episode-183-leaf-botany-part-six-what-do-plants-know-with-beronda-montgomery
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