Local Programs and Events of Interest to Gardeners
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Thursday October 18, 7pm Heros of Horticulture
Key figures in Columbus' horticultural history will be presented by Mary Rodgers during the clubs' monthly meeting.
1777 East Broad St. Columbus, OH 43203
September 22 - October 28 Harvest Blooms
Mums and ornamental kale cascade though-out the gardens and courtyards to create a vibrant sea of color. Displayed among seasonal plantings, pumpkins, gourds and other fall favorites.
June 2 - October 28 Topiaries at the Conservatory
See more than 90 magnificent topiares on display inside and out.
June 2 - November 11 Bonsai Display
Trees from the Conservatory's captivating bonsai collection are on display in the Dorothy M. Davis Show House & Botanical Courtyard.
For more information visit www.fpconservatory.org
940 S. Hempstead Rd. Westerville, OH 43081 /
Each Sunday through the end of October Sunny Sundays
Members of the Herb Society of America, Central Ohio Unit, will be in the Herb Garden to answer questions from 1:30-3:30.
Sunday October 21 at 5pm Evening Garden Walk
Take a guided stroll through the gardens.
(meet at Gardens Entrance)
Sunday November 4 at 4pm Evening Garden Walk
Wednesday November 14 at 7pm Herb Program
Join members of the Herb Society of America, Central Ohio Unit, for their public meeting and program.
November 17 Pressed Flower Workshop
Students will create pressed flower artwork.
Ages 18 and older. Advanced Registration Required
4309 Livingston Ave. Reynoldsburg OH 43068
Monday October 15 at 3pm Fall into Phenology
Learn about phenology, the study of seasonal natural occurrences, and how it can help us understand the natural world. Ages 50 & older. (meet at Nature Center)
400 W. Wittier ST. Columbus OH 43215
Now though October 28 6:30am to 8pm Art at Audubon
Join us admire the work of naturalist and artist, Jim McCormac, as we share in his love of nature. (Meet at Grange Insurance Audubon)
For more information visit www.metroparks.net