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Winter Tree Identification
|Thursday, January 24th, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Learn to recognize the characteristics of native and common woody plants in the winter. While in their dormant and leafless state, trees and shrubs can be identified by bud types, leaf scars, fruit remnants and other distinguishing marks. Specimens are examined in class, slide photos will be shown and forays around the Arboretum grounds will be taken.
Instructor: Carol Levine
Carol Levine has been an Instructor in Botany at the New York Botanical Garden for many years. She has taught courses in Local Flora for all the four seasons, a course in Botany for Gardeners, and courses in Grasses. She has also led many educational walks for a number of organizations such as the Arboretum and for Learning in Retirement. Her book, “A Guide to Wildflowers in Winter” was
published by Yale University Press.
To register: http://www.ladybug.uconn.edu
Send registration form to:
UConn Home & Garden Education Center
1380 Storrs Road, Unit 4115
Storrs, CT 06269-4115
Master Gardeners: $50
Non-Master Gardeners: $60
Please call 203.322.6971 for more information.