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Knower of Native Plants (2022 Knowing Native Plants Full Series Bundle)

Start
Saturday, January 22 10:00 am
End
Saturday, January 22 1:00 pm

Free

Save 7% per class (a discounted price equating to one free class) by signing up for the bundle!

As more and more of the land around us is developed and/or degraded, the home landscape is becoming increasingly important in the preservation of healthy, balanced ecosystems. We now know how important it is to change our perceptions and our practices in finding new ways to define the beauty we want in our yards and gardens while simultaneously preserving the natural world as it was meant to be. Therefore, we must learn to incorporate practices that preserve landscapes in their more natural states.

First and foremost, this means planting species on your property that evolved to grow there.

Plants that are native to a given locale or ecosystem evolved to coexist with all other forms of life also found there, and—along with soil type and climate considerations—form the foundation of complex food webs in which species are dependent on each other for their very survival.

Quite simply, the abundant and highly diverse native species of plants, shrubs, vines and trees characteristic of our landscape do a better job—the best ecologically-balanced job—of providing food and shelter for the many insects, birds, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and other life forms that can, and should, be found there.

Using more native plants has many other benefits as well. Aesthetically, they can be beautiful, and many have long blooming seasons. Many native plants also have other worthwhile attributes, such as beautiful foliage or bark, attractive seed heads and striking fall color, and their appeal may cover several seasons of the year as well, including winter.

This bundle will grant you access to the full set of Knowing Native Plant Programming for 2022.

Additional Information: Online registration for this program closes 12 hours before the start of the class. If you need help with registration, please email education@bhwp.org. If you need assistance with your membership code, please contact development@bhwp.org.

You will receive an email with a Zoom meeting invitation before the program begins and after registration closes.

Regular Registration Fees:
Per Class: In-Person: $30; Virtual: $25

By signing up as a bundle you will receive a discounted price equating to one free class. This will be reflected in your cart at checkout. To register, please select either “In-person” or “Virtual” from the dropdown menu. Once a selection has been made for each class, you will be able to register for the bundle. The bundle’s final price will vary depending on the registration type for each class.

Product Quantity

Knowing Native Plants: Wildflowers in Winter (Jan. 22, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Plant ID (Feb. 5, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Trees in Winter (Feb. 26, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Signs of Spring (Mar. 26, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Spring Ephemerals (Apr. 16, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Late Spring Lovelies (May 7, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Flowering Shrubs (May 21, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Focus on Ferns (Jun. 4, 2022)

1

Invasive Species ID and Management (June 18, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Meadow Magic (July 30, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Amazing Aster Family, the Confusing Yellow Composites (Aug 27, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: The Amazing Aster Family: Classic Asters and Their Colorful Companions (Sept. 24, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: Trees of the Preserve (Oct. 8, 2022)

1

Knowing Native Plants: From Flowers to Seeds (Nov. 5, 2022)

1

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Additional Information: Online registration for this bundle closes 12 hours before the start of the first class. If you need help with registration, please email education@bhwp.org. If you need assistance with your membership code, please contact development@bhwp.org.

You will receive an email with a Zoom meeting invitation before each program begins and after its registration closes.

Additional information

Knowing Native Plants: Wildflowers in Winter (Jan. 22, 2022)

Attendance

Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Plant ID (Feb. 5, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Trees in Winter (Feb. 26, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Signs of Spring (Mar. 26, 2022)

Attendance

Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Spring Ephemerals (Apr. 16, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Late Spring Lovelies (May 7, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Flowering Shrubs (May 21, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Focus on Ferns (Jun. 4, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Invasive Species ID and Management (June 18, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Meadow Magic (July 30, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Amazing Aster Family, the Confusing Yellow Composites (Aug 27, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: The Amazing Aster Family: Classic Asters and Their Colorful Companions (Sept. 24, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: Trees of the Preserve (Oct. 8, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket

Knowing Native Plants: From Flowers to Seeds (Nov. 5, 2022)

Attendance

In-Person Ticket with Guided Walk, Virtual (Zoom Only) Ticket