Tuesdays, June 7 – July 12
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. OR 6 - 9 p.m.
Orchids are intriguingly complex, with infinite shapes and patterns. A simplified approach, using black and white media (graphite pencil, charcoal, pen, and markers), aids in exploring and drawing orchids.
Christopher Herndon, M.D. is President and Co-Founder of Acaté Amazon Conservation, which directly partners with the Matsés indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon presents Tribal Healers: Conservation and Medicine.
Food writer and canning teacher Marisa McClellan is the voice behind food in jars. Learn about the labor of loving to preserve fresh food by reserving a copy of McClellan’s new book, Naturally Sweet Food in Jars.
Hidden in plain sight throughout the Garden is a multitude of plants long valued for their healing qualities by cultures all over the world. On this guided walk, you’ll hear their colorful stories, and the role they’ve played in mythology, folk lore, religion, and traditional medicine - and why we still use many of them today!