This week, we put the spotlight on tiny plants that often go unnoticed. Mosses and liverworts might lack the eye-catching flowers of many other plants, but they have a beauty of their own. They also play a big role in ecosystems, pioneering the way for more advanced plants to take root in places where they would otherwise not be able to grow. Susan Munch joins us to discuss the habits and role of these small beauties. She has written Outstanding Mosses & Liverworts of Pennsylvania & Nearby States
. In the Question of the Week, Mike McGrath tackles a weed that is making gardeners nuts - whether you call it nutgrass or nutsedge. Mike will explain the best ways to keep this persistent lawn pest. [Broadcast Date: October 18, 2007]
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