michael mullady

With the winter’s rain and the past few weeks’ warm weather, flowers have unexpectedly began to bloom throughout the Central Coast. Along Via Carta, colorful displays of nature have unearthed in a variety of shapes and sizes. Mike Stiles, a biology technician, spent his Monday afternoon collecting samples of the chasmanthe plant for a general botany class. The emerging biologist will dissect the plant to further their understanding of pollination. Cal Poly is home to both native and non-native species of plants and houses a collection of unusual plants from around the world in a conservatory, adjacent to the Science North building, that can be viewed daily.

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