Kelly, Jennie M
- General Public
With their stunning yellow flowers, goldenrods are one of the hallmark plants of autumn. But they do more than delight the eye. From bees and wasps to caterpillars and butterflies, goldenrods support hundreds of insects and deserve a place in your garden. Join us to learn how goldenrod can add beauty and biodiversity to any landscape!
This class will feature both a workshop and a walk-around to visit some goldenrod on campus. Please dress for the weather for the outdoor portion. Parking can be found in our visitor parking lot and participants will meet for the workshop at the Facilities Management Building.
Members - $5 | Non-members - $10