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Webinar: Curator’s Highlight- Agave (subenus Agave)

July 18, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

| $10 – $15

Agave is a large and diverse genus centered in Mexico, but extending northward into the southwestern United States, as well as southward to northern South America and eastward to the islands of the Caribbean. The larger-growing ones are often referred to as “century plants”, but there are dwarf species as well. The genus is divided into the subgenus Agave (plants with branching flower stalks, like the century plants) and the subgenus Littaea (plants with an unbranched flower spike).

Join Brian Kemble (who just celebrated his 40th year at the Garden) for this Agave webinar focusing on the subgenus Agave. Many of the photos feature plants at the Ruth Bancroft Garden, as well as photos of plants in habitat taken over many years on many different trips.

Organizer

The Ruth Bancroft Garden
Phone:
925-944-9352
Email:
info@ruthbancroftgarden.org
Website:
www.ruthbancroftgarden.org

Other

Your Name (this will not appear on the event listing)
Stephanie Martin

Venue

The Ruth Bancroft Garden
1552 Bancroft Road
Walnut Creek, CA 94598 United States
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Phone:
(925) 944-9352