Brushes and contraception

DAY 9 (14 APRIL) – Chinese windmill palms (Farnham)

This male and female pair (without the male close by, the female would not produce any fruit) guard the entrance to the University for the Creative Arts.

The fibres from the leafstalks are used to produce brushes. And the non-edible blueberry-like fruits make up part of a solution for contraception.

What more does an art student need?

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