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Tucson Botanical Gardens – Butterly Magic Exhibit (Tucson, AZ)

As southern Arizona’s first and only tropical butterfly exhibit, we are honored to have set the standard for how these amazing species can and should be displayed. Butterfly Magic’s ability to constantly change and evolve has kept it a staple of Tucson that can be revisited time and time again. It has truly been a magical 20 years, and we look forward to 20 more!

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Spring Splendor at Wellfield Botanic Garden (Elkart, IN)

Join us at Wellfield Botanic Gardens for Spring Splendor – – representing our Spring Season, annually. We’re open 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. DAILY! Look for seasonally themed events, educational programs, garden displays, and merchandising.

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Sonoma Botanical Garden’s Ribbit Exhibit (Glen Ellen, CA)

Sonoma Botanical Garden leaps into spring with Ribbit Exhibit, a whimsical, family-friendly presentation of more than 20 larger-than-life frog characters placed in vignettes throughout the Garden. Each with their own name and story, the enchanting human-sized sculptures by artist Andy Cobb include Zenny meditating on a leaf on the Garden’s Pond, Bentley and his tortoise friend Tortuga ambling along the California Oaks Trail, dapper Floyd and his elegant partner Grace cutting the rug amongst the flowers, and many others.

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Terrarium Workshop (Atlanta, GA)

A terrarium is a miniature, self-sustaining ecosystem and a beautiful, practical way to bring plant life into the home or office. You will build a terrarium using a variety of tiny, adorable plants, mosses and decorative stones.

Class instructor Terry Furuta, of Terry Furuta Designs, is a seasoned floral design pro with 45 years of experience. She is a professor of the Ikenobo School of Ikebana whose principles inspire her designs. Her arrangements have received numerous awards at the Southeastern Flower Show and Atlanta Orchid Society Show. For the past 13 years she has volunteered at the Fuqua Orchid Conservatory creating orchid displays as well as volunteering in other parts of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Lifelong Learning: Revisiting Liberty Hyde Bailey’s Nature-Study Idea in the Era of Climate Change (Virtual)

With John Linstrom, the Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate Humanities and Social Justice at the Climate Museum in New York City and series editor of The Liberty Hyde Bailey Library for Cornell University Press.

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Little Garden, Big Impact: Native Plants for Small Spaces (Devon, PA)

Small spaces can have a big impact! Discover how tiny spaces such as containers, pocket meadows, and mini woodlands can provide ecological benefits with native plants. From petite trees and shrubs to well-behaved perennials, learn what to select for your garden just in time for spring planting!

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Lifelong Learning: BTS Tour: Fort Worth Botanic Garden in Fort Worth, TX (Member Exclusive)

AHS Reciprocal Garden tour will show highlights of the Begonia Collection, Japanese Garden, and Rose Garden. This program is only open to AHS members; for additional information and to register, please log into your AHS account.

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Memphis Botanic Garden Spring Plant Sale (Memphis, TN)

Join us for the Spring Plant Sale at the Garden! Our staff can’t wait to help you find the perfect additions to your gardens. You can find a curated selection of plants well suited for the Mid-South including natives, trees & shrubs, vegetables, herbs, annual flowers, pollinator plants, woodland ephemerals, and more. Plus a variety of houseplants & tropicals.

Our expert horticultural staff and Master Gardener volunteers will be on hand to answer questions, help customers with suggestions about plantings in their own gardens, and offer advice on plant care and maintenance.

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Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers (Chicago, IL)

Native woodland wildflowers are the first harbingers of spring. Learn specific identification characteristics, their fascinating natural history, and how they have evolved to rapidly grow, flower, and fruit. A walk in the woods will follow the talk.

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Lifelong Learning: Behind-the-Scenes Tour: Fort Worth Botanic Garden (Fort Worth, TX)

AHS Reciprocal Garden tour will show highlights of the Begonia Collection, Japanese Garden, and Rose Garden. This program is only open to AHS members; for additional information and to register, please log into your AHS account.

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