Not everything here at the Lick Creek Park celebration is animal-oriented. The more chlorophyllous members of the biota are well-represented, which delights my Sigyn no end.
Someone has made a scavenger hunt consisting of trees and provided a little guide. I have managed to find a honey locust already—look at this stupendous thorn! It is branched, and the branches are pointy, too! Nothing is getting past that.
When I build my palace, I shall plant a hedge of them all the way around. And behold their marvelous fruit! They are like flat, twisty, slightly fuzzy, black bananas.
The human female says the pulp around the seeds is edible, but why would you want to tear one of these precious curlicues apart?
Sigyn is examining the wings on a winged elm twig.
No, my sweet, winged elms do not actually fly. But if you really wanted one to, I’m sure my magic could make it happen—just tell me where you want it to go!
The Biology graduate students from the University have made some large cutouts of plant and animal cells so that people can take cellfies. Get it? Cellfies?
And there’s my Sigyn, in the center of a plant cell! Isn’t she something?