ephemeral spring wildflowers

May 1, 2020
6:30pm - 7:30pm 2

Spring ephemeral wildflowers are native perennial woodland plants that sprout from the ground early each spring, quickly bloom and seed before the canopy trees overhead leaf out.  


Join presenter Dave Behm this “May Day” to learn about spring ephemeral wildflowers and other blooming beauties viewed in early spring at Ballston Creek Preserve.


PRESENTATION

This online session will last <45 minutes, including an interactive discussion period immediately following the ~30-minute presentation. Be sure to grab your favorite beverage and a bag of popcorn and get comfy prior to the presentation.

Join this Zoom meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73586851026
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Meeting ID: 735 8685 1026

“See” you then!

WHAT CAN YOU FIND?

Visit our Ballston Creek Preserve after learning about the native wildflowers to see if you spot any! A reminder that if you do venture out, please continue to adhere to social distancing guidelines put forth by the CDC.


2 Comments

  1. Karen

    Hey Alex,
    I missed this but really wanted to participate! Will you have the recording up on website at some point?
    Karen

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