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(Re)place: a Sculptural Installation at California Botanic Garden

(Re)place is a collaboration between artist Brandon Lomax and the California Botanic Garden’s past, present and future. Sculptural works will be shown at various stages of completion from fully-fired clay works that are as durable as stone as well as unfired works that are more vulnerable to the weather and elements of the Botanic Gardens. With guidance from the garden’s horticultural specialists, Lomax embedded some works with native plant species. Throughout the duration of the exhibit, unfired clay works will disintegrate and rejoin the soil, their once solid forms replaced by new plant species.

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Habitat exhibit at Green Bay Botanical Garden

Explore unique habitats found throughout northeast Wisconsin and learn the importance of protecting these natural environments with the exhibition Habitat. This traveling exhibit arrives at Green Bay Botanical Garden for its Wisconsin debut this spring and will feature eight different displays highlighting habitats in nature, from birds and butterflies in the air to bugs and fungi underground. In addition to the exhibit, guests can enjoy a number of family-friendly drop-in and hands-on activities highlighting habitats found in Wisconsin and how to be better stewards of the environment. The exhibit is included with daily admission to the Garden and is free for Garden members.

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Cooper-Young Garden Walk

The Cooper-Young Garden Walk is the largest event of its kind in the South. It has grown over the years to include 100 or more urban gardens in this colorful neighborhood of Midtown Memphis. The Cooper-Young Garden Walk is famous for combining the fun side of outdoor living with the more serious themes of native plants, sustainability, and bringing back our pollinators. People anticipate the CYGW because it offers great ideas for small urban spaces. The neighborhood has a variety of interests ranging from bee-keeping to chickens; composting to hydroponics; flowers to vegetables. We also show off our outdoor living spaces: stand-alone artist studios, gazebos, pergolas, screen porches, and the ubiquitous garden shed. The weekend has a festival feel with vendor booths, music, art, hands-on learning, and expert advice. Ticket holders receive discounts at local award-winning restaurants and breweries to enhance their visit to the neighborhood and give themselves a chance to build their energy for more garden views.

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Barn Talk: Container Counsel: Tips and Tricks for Creating Successful Container Plantings at Hollister House

Join Robert Clyde Anderson for an opinionated and informative illustrated talk based on his years of experience as a designer and in the retail gardening business.

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Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love exhibit at New York Botanical Garden

Food is at the center of many of life’s most important events. When we gather together for a meal, the dishes we share often tell a story—and we share a bit of ourselves. Explore the rich cultural history of what we eat throughout this multifaceted, engaging exhibition that examines the art and science of foodways and food traditions, many dating back thousands of years.

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American Hosta Society National Convention

The Minnesota Hosta Society is delighted to be the host for the AHS 2022 convention. Our membership is excited to have you join us in fellowship and share our passion for gardening with hosta. Our theme, Hosta Vision 2022, was retained from the postponed event of 2020 due to Covid, but also represents the ever expanding use of hosta in the garden used for visual effect. Hostas continue to be America’s number one perennial due to their versatility in the landscape. Plus they thrive in Minnesota’s Zone 4 climate!

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Author Book Talk: The Northeast Native Plant Primer: 235 Plants for an Earth-friendly Garden

Join Uli Lorimer, Director of Horticulture at Native Plant Trust, for the debut of his new book from Timber Press, The Northeast Native Plant Primer, 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden. It provides a roadmap on how and why to include native plants in your garden and what plants to choose, whether you are new to gardening or a seasoned professional. For those of us who care about the natural world, the decision to plant natives in the garden is one of the most impactful and important choices we can make.

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Southeastern Plant Symposium & Rare Plant Auction

Calling all plantaholics, plant nerds, nurserymen, gardeners, and horticulturists! Join JC Raulston Arboretum and Juniper Level Botanic Garden for the 4th annual Southeastern Plant Symposium - two very full days of presentations about cutting-edge plants.

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Philadelphia Flower Show

Welcome to the 2022 Flower Show's "In Full Bloom" Chosen to showcase how the beauty in nature restores all of us, “In Full Bloom” welcomes all on a journey to explore the restorative and healing power of nature and plants. This year’s theme promotes good health, positive well-being, and a passion for life that culminates in a gorgeous and colorful spectacle.

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Light: Installations by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens

Light: Installations by Bruce Munro is on view June 30–October 30, Thursday through Sunday evenings from 6–11 pm. Light features eight works in both indoor and outdoor locations throughout the Gardens chosen by Munro to showcase his immersive, large-scale, light-based installations. The exhibition can be viewed beginning at dusk. Special tickets are required beginning at 5 pm (June 30-August 28) and at 4 pm (September 1-October 30). Members require free timed reservations if arriving after 3 pm on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from June 30 through October 30. Admission is $35 for adults (ages 19+); $32 for college students and seniors; $19 for youth (ages 5–18), and free for ages 4 and under.

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Eastern Apiculture Society Conference at Ithaca College

Each year EAS hosts a Bee Conference in one of our member states or provinces. At this conference, we meet with other beekeepers from around the world to talk about the latest honeybee research and how to take our beekeeping skills to the next level. Our goal as always is to provide an educational conference that is world-class and also fun!

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California Native Plant Conference

The 2022 CNPS Conference will offer opportunities to connect, learn and share around California’s native plants—and the diverse communities that depend on them. Presenters will include conservationists, scientists, horticulturalists, educators, researchers, outdoor enthusiasts, culture keepers and more.

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