Spooky Plants with Redeeming Qualities
Yes, it is fall and Halloween is in the air. Some plants have weird characteristics, eerie habitats or names that remind us of scary creatures – spiders, snakes and bats. Others eat bugs and emit unpleasant odors. Some have mysterious properties that make them appropriate for a witch’s brew, or maybe a potion to repel evil spirits. Explore the Garden’s unique plants on a virtual tour with a team of Garden Guides, Susie Austin, Harriet Coalter, Julia Cothron, Sherry Giese, Jeanne Hechler, Diana Jensen, and Nancy Penick. This virtual experience is bound to get you in the spooky spirit!
This is an online virtual tour via Zoom.