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Botanical Gardens: A World Tour

Donabo Gardens of Tangier, Morocco, and the Jerusalem Botanical Garden, Israel

Weekend Lecture/Seminar

Sunday, February 4, 2024 - 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET
Code: 1NV070
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Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Israel

Indulge in a colorful midwinter escape as horticultural experts lead a series of virtual visits that highlight the beauty of notable botanical gardens in settings as far-flung as Morocco, New Zealand, Israel, Belgium, and the East Coast of the United States. In vibrant visuals they explore how each garden has taken a unique approach to design and interpretation as they celebrate plant collections, conservation, education, and the distinctive environments and landscapes in which they bloom.

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Donabo Gardens of Tangier, Morocco, and the Jerusalem Botanical Garden, Israel

Visit two Mediterranean public gardens in bustling historic cities that provide horticultural and ecological education while conserving open space in highly urbanized areas. Each garden strives to manage water in a seasonally dry environment as it develops collections of native and exotic plants. While in Tangier, make a brief visit to an extraordinary private garden rarely seen by visitors.

Presenter Keith Tomlinson has worked as a naturalist and public garden administrator for 25 years, visiting wilderness areas and botanical gardens around the world. He is the author of numerous articles on plant conservation, botanical garden travel, and environmental education.

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