Investigating Geoedaphic Meadows, Glades, and Grasslands in Southeastern Pennsylvania

On the evening of Thursday the 23rd of May, beginning at 7:30PM, the Philadelphia Botanical Club will have its monthly public meeting, and Will Ryan (of the Academy of Natural Sciences) will talk about local plant ecology, in a lecture titled ‘Investigating Geoedaphic Meadows, Glades, and Grasslands in Southeastern Pennsylvania’.

For more information, see here: http://darwin.ansp.org/hosted/botany_club/meeting.html

Japanese Flowering Cherries

On the evening of Thursday the 25th of April, beginning at 7:30PM, the Philadelphia Botanical Club will have its monthly public meeting, and Anthony Aiello (of the Morris Arboretum) will talk about history and horticulture, in a lecture titled ‘Japanese Flowering Cherries: A 100-Year-Long Love Affair’.

For more information, see here: http://darwin.ansp.org/hosted/botany_club/meeting.html

Bees and Urban Flora: Exploring the Trophic Ecology of Ornamentals, Remnants, and “Weeds” in the City

On the evening of Thursday the 28th of February, beginning at 7:30PM, the Philadelphia Botanical Club will have its monthly public meeting, and Doug Sponsler (of Penn State) will talk about urban plants and their pollinators, in a lecture titled ‘Bees and Urban Flora: Exploring the Trophic Ecology of Ornamentals, Remnants, and “Weeds” in the City’.

For more information, see here: http://darwin.ansp.org/hosted/botany_club/meeting.html

The Strange But True Story of the Dawn Redwood

On the evening of Thursday the 15th of November, beginning at 7:30PM, the Philadelphia Botanical Club will have its monthly public meeting, and Jill Jonnes (Jilljonnes.com ; author of numerous books, in including “Urban Forests”) will talk about plants and history, in a lecture titled “The Strange But True Story of the Dawn Redwood”.

For more information, see here: http://darwin.ansp.org/hosted/botany_club/meeting.html