Vol 73, No 4 (2020)

Cover Page

On the cover Hamamelis japonica (f. Hamamelidaceae) is a shrub native to North America and Canada. In Poland, it flowers in December–March. Each flower has four slim strap-shaped 0.95–1.91-cm long petals. The flowers are homogamous and self-incompatible. They emit a faint odor, bear nectar, and produce abundant sticky pollen.

[Author: Aneta Sulborska]