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A fascinating exploration of seeds, seedheads, pods, and fruits featuring Robery Llewellyn's stunning photography and Teri Dunn Chace's remarkable horticultural insights.
"Seeing Seeds offers a cornucopia of photographs by Robert Llewellyn. . . . The text, by Teri Dunn Chace, offers fascinating tidbits." --The New York Times "Both exquisitely beautiful as well as informative. . . . Reading this book will leave the reader with a greatly enhanced knowledge and appreciation of plants and their lives, as well as a sense of wonderment at so much natural beauty in unexpected places." --Gardens Illustrated "Seek out the Seeing series, and prepare for your breath to be taken away." --NYBG's Plant Talk "Amazing array of spectacular photographs, many shot at unusual angles that underline their ability to, sometimes, outshine the flower that produced them." --Hortus "This is an odyssey full of wonder that's worthy of narration by Jacques Cousteau. . . . So often we look, but we don't see. This book tries to change all that. Marvel at nature's symmetry, patterns and hidden textures." --The English Garden "Magical encapsulations of the future, seeds also are tiny worlds of their own. The new book, Seeing Seeds, explores them in near microscopic detail." --Sunset "A marvelously artistic and detailed look at how plants perpetuate themselves. . . . The energy and ingenuity of seeds practically jumps off the pages of the book." --Pacific NW Magazine "You'll never look at these important plant parts the same way again." --Mother Nature Network "What Llewellyn has done with his photographs is something akin to entering the temple of creation on a microscopic level." --The Daily Progress "Revel in the splendor of the plant world with Seeing Seeds." --Rodale's Organic Life "A breathtaking photographic journey into the world of seedheads, pods and fruit." --Alpine Garden Society Journal "The macro images show well-known plants like poppies and cattails in a newly glamorous, occasionally otherworldly light. This is the equivalent of an Annie Leibovitz fashion shoot for plants." --mental_floss