L.A. Seed Noah talks to Ed Peterson, a botanist and seed collector, who has noticed that El Nino - and the resulting rains - have brought a bumper crop of rare wildflowers out this spring - especially in the desert. (To volunteer to collect seeds, call the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants at 818/768-1935.)
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Noah talks to Ed Peterson, a botanist and seed collector, who has noticed that El Nino - and the resulting rains - have brought a bumper crop of rare wildflowers out this spring - especially in the desert. (To volunteer to collect seeds, call the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants at 818/768-1935.)