Mark your calendar for spring events at the Botanical Gardens!
We hope you’ll join us for one or more of our short courses and workshops, the big plant sale, and children’s programs.
5, 7 *History of Botany: Carolinas Perspectives
14 *Winter Flora – Exploring the 6 “Bs” of a Winter Landscape
17 New Volunteer Orientation, 10 – noon.
21,29 *Journaling in a Native Garden (also meets Apr. 19 & May 2)
22 **Budding Botanists: Spring Harvest (ages 4-8)
28 *Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers
10, 24 *Organic Pest Control Course
17-18 Annual Spring Plant Sale
21 Volunteer Orientation Session
26 UNC Charlotte Science & Technology Expo
21, 23 *Photography in the Sandhills Course
24 **Budding Botanists – “Wings in a Flower”
31 Opening of the Mellichamp Natives Garden Terrace
5, 7, *Basic Ecology Course (& meets June 12, 14)
20-21 *Conservation Ecology Course
28 **Budding Botanists – “Pollinators Unite”
NOT OPEN FOR REGISTRATION YET:
11, 12 *Introduction to Piedmont Soils Course
19 *Propagation by Seed Workshop
18, 19 Annual Fall Plant Sale
*Register for a short course by emailing Esther at firstname.lastname@example.org More course details.
**Register for a children’s program
Budding Botanists: A plant exploration program for kids 4-8
Join us once a month for this fun program where young minds and hands get some prime-time with the plant kingdom.
March 22 – “Spring Harvest” What plant foods grow in chilly weather – let’s find out!
April 26 – “Seeds & Sprouts”
May 24 – “Wings in a Flower”
June 28 – “Pollinators Unite”
All dates are Sundays, 1:30- 3:00 pm at the McMillan Greenhouse (and outdoors)
$5 per participant. Visit our sign-up genius page to register. For questions, email Paula at email@example.com
Thanks Charlotte Magazine for selecting the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens for your 2015 Best of the Best (#BOBAward) Award.
New Year, New Classes!
Scan our offerings below, and be sure to check out the course descriptions page for all the details on a particular class. We hope you’ll join us in exploring the world of plants and the ecology of our region this spring! For questions and registration, please email Esther Carrasco at firstname.lastname@example.org
17-18 Basic Botany Course
13-15 Birds of the Yard Course
28 Drawing During the Dark Days of Winter (& Mar. 1)
5, 7 History of Botany: Carolinas Perspectives
14 Winter Flora: Explore the 6 “Bs” of Winter
21,29 Journaling in a Native Garden (also meets Apr. 19 & May 2)
28 Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers
Learn more about the Certificate in Native Plant Studies Program.