Theresa Schrum, deputy director of the Georgia Native Plant Society, tells Reeves how to rescue woodland plants before bulldozers reach a building site. She shows how the GNPS worked with one developer to get permission to save plants.
If you want to grow your own jack-o'-lanterns, you have to plant pumpkin seeds in June. Reeves shows varieties that grow well in Georgia and offers tips on how to grow them.
Finally, he takes a look at lichens and points out that they don't kill the plants they grow on. He explores several forms of lichens.
(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)