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Saturday, June 01, 2019

2019 Annual Meeting and Picnic

(10:00 AM to 3:00 PM)
Event Sponsor: NC Native Plant Society

We will meet at Hagan Stone Park near Greensboro for our Annual Meeting and Picnic.  We will also have a native plant sale and auction.

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Wednesday, June 05, 2019

Jon Roethling—Looking to the Future: Native Initiatives for Reynolda Gardens

(7 p.m.--please join us earlier to say hello)
Event Sponsor: Triad Chapter


(Jon Roethling)


(Trilliums at Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem, by Jon Roethling)

Jon Roethling, director of Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University, shares future plans for native focused initiatives at the century old gardens in Winston Salem, once part of the the home of business magnate R. J. Reynolds. (http://reynoldagardens.org/history/)

With 129 acres open to the public, the nature trails and gardens have long been an attraction for area residents.  Several years ago a meadow project was begun, increasing the planting area for natives. The Gardens also include many other areas of native plants, and native plant sales are offered.  Plans for invasive eradication are included in future endeavors.

Roethling has an extensive background in public horticulture and landscaping spanning nearly 30 years. At High Point University, where he was curator of the Mariana Qubein Botanical Gardens, he guided the establishment of several important plant collections, developed new garden spaces and led the renovation of nearly all existing campus gardens. Prior to his position there, Roethling was a research technician and horticulture assistant for several years at the JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University, his alma mater. He credits his time there as central to igniting his passion for public horticulture, and for establishing his extensive network of professional relationships in the field.

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Daniel Boone Native Gardens Tour 2019

(7-8 PM for garden tour, come early or stay late to stroll around on your own)
Event Sponsor: Blue Ridge Chapter


Come join the Blue Ridge Chapter for a tour of the Daniel Boone Native Gardens on July 10 in Boone! This outdoors program was a great success last year and people asked for a repeat, so we will once again convene at the Daniel Boone Native Gardens at 651 Horn in the West Drive for a summer garden tour. Bring your walking shoes and dress for the weather!

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2019 Calendar

Board Meeting dates:

February 16 Library, Salisbury
May 18 Library, Asheboro
August 17 Kathleen Clay Edwards Library, Greensboro
November 16 TBD

Board Meetings begin at 1:00 PM and end at 4:00 PM -










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