|September 12, 2013||to||September 13, 2014|
In this Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens class, you’ll delve into topics of how plants interact with their garden environment. Topics include specific adaptations to environmental condition and interrelationships between garden plants and their surrounding biotic and abiotic influences. Bill will cover concepts such as competition, symbiosis, parasitism, pollination, and dispersal.
Executive Director Bill Cullina previously served as Director of Horticulture for the Gardens and before that was Nursery Director for the New England Wild Flower Society. He is a well-known author and recognized authority on North American native plants. He lectures on a variety of subjects to garden and professional groups and writes for popular and technical journals. His books include Wildflowers; Native Trees, Shrubs, and Vines; Understanding Orchids; Native Ferns, Mosses, and Grasses; and most recently, Understanding Perennials.
When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Bosarge Family Education Center
Price: $120 members, $150 non-members (pre-registration required)