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Join us and David White as he discusses his enlightening journey through Great Britain and Ireland with his wife Carolyn White!
Over the course of 25 days, David and Carolyn went on a journey discovering the beautiful variety of gardens in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. In this lecture, David will discuss and showcase photography of some of the locations they visited together, ranging from private and public gardens to other natural areas.
David will also be displaying pictures taken by Amelia Lane during the NARGS-sponsored tour of public and private rock gardens in Scotland.
To learn more about Christian Kammerer, visit our website (naturalsciences.org/staff/christian-kammerer).
"Scott Avett: Invisible." On view at the North Carolina Museum of Art October 12, 2019 – February 2, 2020.
More information at https://ncartmuseum.org/exhibitions/view/39556
Read the full post at https://ncartmuseum.org/blog/view/honoring_frida_kahlos_life_and_legacy
The new year begins in three months, but horticulturally, a new season of gardening has just begun. The cooler weather of fall brings new wonders in the garden. Doug will discuss some of his favorite plants that are their best in the fall in this tour.
Hans Hansen is the director of new plant development at Walters Gardens, in Zealand, Michigan, a leading wholesale grower of perennials in North America. He has worked extensively with many North American native plants, including Baptisia, Hibiscus, Phlox, Monarda, and Heuchera. He also has worked with Hosta, Kniphofia, Achillea, and ×Mangave (a hybrid between Agave and Manfreda). Hans will be speaking on the topic of breeding outstanding perennials, combining traditional plant breeding methods and germplasm, from the gardener 's viewpoint, to achieve new plants. This is a wonderful opportunity to get some behind the scenes insight on how exciting new plants are being developed.
Presented by the Piedmont Laureate Program, PineCone|The Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, and the North Carolina Museum of History
This is a series of nine FREE concerts (October through June, second Sunday of each month) featuring some of the state's finest folk musicians and tradition bearers.
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