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Thursday Night Nature: Climbers and Creepers: Vines with Ethan Kauffman (July 11, 2024)

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Thursday, July 11 7:00 pm
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Thursday, July 11 8:00 pm

$15.00

Give your garden more dimension by adding native vines. These climbing, creeping or trailing plants can become a textural backdrop for other plants and can be used in a variety of ways. Bonus: many vine species offer food for birds and other wildlife.

Ethan Kauffman currently serves as Natural Lands’ first director of Stoneleigh: a natural garden and 42-acre former estate located in Villanova, PA, which opened to the public in 2018. He developed his love of the natural world exploring the Susquehanna River hills in Southeastern PA. He cultivated his horticultural perspective over two decades of gardening in the deep South, including as director of Moore Farms Botanical Garden, where he led the transition from a private pleasure garden to a public botanical garden. Drawing on influences from both regions, Kauffman enjoys creating a garden experience at Stoneleigh that inspires others to garden for beauty, biodiversity and the health of our planet.

 

Program Fee: $15 (Members, enter your code at checkout to receive your 20% discount.)

All lectures will be held virtually using Zoom. They will be recorded and shared with everyone who registers for a short time.

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All lectures will be held virtually using Zoom. They will be recorded and shared with everyone who registers for a short time.

Program Fee: $15 (Members, enter your code at checkout to receive your 20% discount.)

Additional Information: Online registration for this program closes at 5:00 pm on the date of the program. Zoom invitations will be sent out after this time to the email used to register for the event. The link will come from lauricella@bhwp.org OR education@bhwp.org.

This lecture is part of our Thursday Night Nature series. The series features presentations by regionally renowned experts who address a wide range of topics related to natural history, biodiversity, ecological gardening, native plants and native wildlife.