Learning the Language of Flowers for Better Gardening in Hockessin
A Deeper Look at Pollination Ecology for Hockessin Gardeners
You probably love flowers because of their sweet scent or dazzling colors. However, if you have a garden in Hockessin, you should probably take time to learn the intriguing processes involved in their development. One of the aspects often trivialized is the process of getting pollen from one plant to another. However, close examination reveals that it takes a complex process with bribery, duplicity, and even thievery. You can learn more about this by participating in an online event dubbed Language of Flowers: Pollination Ecology for Gardeners.
While preparing to participate, you should note that:
- The event is hosted at Mt Cuba Center, a botanical garden on Barley Mill Road that focuses on native plants and ecosystems
- The event is scheduled for Saturday 12th December 2020, starting at 10 AM and ends at 11:30 AM
- The host is Rebecca McMackin, the horticulture director at Brooklyn Bridge Park
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