For thousands of years Texas plants have been used for sustenance, medicine, and the establishment of the area. As the region and its populations changed, so did the ethnobotany (relationship between people and plants). This seasonally changing tour will explore the Texas Native Trails, exploring the diverse relationships people have had, and still have, with plants in Texas. Instructor: Maeve Bassett, Conservation and Volunteer Programs Specialist, San Antonio Botanical Garden Space is limited and face coverings are required. Meet at…Find out more »
Create a Frida Kahlo-inspired planter using the cactus and succulent plants Frida loved. Registrants will learn how to create a cactus soil blend and care tips for their planter. Then with the expert guidance of Chelsea, registrants will select plants and arrange their own mini Casa Azul. Instructor: Chelsea Crisler, Gardener, San Antonio Botanical Garden Space is limited. Fee: $55 ($49.50, Garden members) Registration deadline is September 21 by 6:00 P.M. RegistrationFind out more »
This house plant course will cover an overview of everything you will need to ensure the health of your house plants, from the selection of material to watering and possible issues that you may come across and their solutions. Topics covered: history, horticulture therapy, environmental factors, plant selection, media and potting, watering, fertilizing, and problem ID and solutions. Registrants will receive an indoor plant cutting. Instructor: Layni Langham, Gardener & Propagation Specialist, San Antonio Botanical Garden Fee: $10 ($9, Garden…Find out more »
Color codes for the calendar are as follows:
- Orange: These are events for BCMG members only.
- Blue: These are public events for which BCMG members can also receive CEU credit.
- Green: These are events that are open to the general public.