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Stone Foundation Events
January 27 - 9th Annual Gathering & Build of International Stone Floundation Members
Open to the public. Outdoor Studio Tour and Open House.Come share in the whimsy, offerings, adventures and history of Stonescaping. Ask questions! Watch it happen!
Off Hwy 1 - 2.2 miles up Fish Rock Rd.
44600 Fish Rock Rd.
Gualala, Mendocino County, CA

University of Delaware Botanic Gardens Events
January - The Winter Garden: Succession of Color and Fragrance with Charles Cresson 6:30-8:30
January 24: Choosing the Best Winter Flowering Trees and Shrubs January 31: Choosing Top Performing Winter Flowering Perennials and Bulbs. Room 132 Townsend Hall
Bring together a succession of winter flowers for color and fragrance, including snowdrops, winter aconites, adonis, witch hazel, viburnum, mahonia, camellias and more, to create a dynamic scene against a background of evergreens, colored stems, bark and berries. Stage this theater of winter flowers where you can readily enjoy the changing cast of characters while using micro-climates to increase their performance. Join lecturer, author and consultant Charles Cresson, for this series as he illustrates how to easily adapt these concepts to your home garden and select the best plants. Fee. Registration and prepayment required: or call 302-831-2531. Minimum 25 people. * In the event of snow, classes will be held Thursday evening.
February 10 - Tree & Shrub ID Winter Talk & Walk 10-11:30
Take a guided winter walk with director, John Frett. Learn how to ID trees and shrubs without foliage. Hone observational skills and be introduced to the language of bud morphology, leaf scar, and stem identification techniques. Room 102 Fischer Greenhouse. Fee.
University of Delaware Botanic Gardens
College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
531 South College Avenue
152 Townsend Hall
Newark, DE 19716

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Events
January 27,28 - Orchid Show
Orchids compete for ribbons and the coveted American Orchid Society Awards. Orchids and hard-to-find orchid growing supplies for sale. Grand Room. Free
February 2 thru April 29 - Exhibition: Drawn Into Form: Sixty Years of Drawings and Prints by Beverly Pepper
Pepper is among the most prodigious and prolific sculptors in Contemporary art and a pioneering female force in the visual arts. She has donated her entire body of graphic work to Meijer Gardens: drawings, sketchbooks, prints, models, creating one of the most important resources for graphic work related to Contemporary sculpture anywhere in the world.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
1000 E Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids
MI 49525

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens Events
January 27 - Workshop: Getting Started With Chickens 10-Noon
Instructor Ben Nicholson teaches how to get started, what to expect, how to plan the perfect chicken coop, choose the best chickens for your home and care for your chickens for optimum health and egg production. In Meeting Room. Fee. Class size is limited. Sign up by phoning in your payment at 707-964-4352 ext. 16 or reserve in person at The Garden Store at MCBG.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
18220 North Highway 1
Fort Bragg, California 95437

UNESCO World Heritage Site Sengan-en Events
Kagoshima JAPAN

Winterthur Museum, Garden I Library Events 11
Winterthur, DE 19735
www,, 800-448-3883

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