The Fascinating World of Ferns
Location: Reynolda Gardens Education Wing and Online
Cost: $5 not-yet-friends; Free for Friends of the Gardens and Wake Forest University faculty, staff, and students
Ferns and their allies are among the oldest and most beautiful plants on the planet. North Carolina is blessed with a vast diversity of ferns, and learning how to identify them can be a challenge. Well-known plant ecologist Lisa Lofland Gould will highlight the life cycle and natural history of ferns, explain how to differentiate species, and share a few ferns that thrive in the local landscape. Advance registration is required.
Whether you are just discovering your green thumb or you have two green hands, Tuesday Gardening talks hosted by Reynolda Gardens are for all gardening levels. View all spring talks.
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Past Date and Time(s):
Mar 1, 2022, 12:30pm — 1:30pm
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