CT Spring Wildflowers: How to Find and Identify Them
It's the time of year when the Connecticut winter begins to lose its grip and brightly colored flowers magically seem to appear everywhere. The state's bounty of spring wildflowers will be explored at this Seymour Historical Society even. Daffodil and tulip bulbs will also be on sale at the presentation by naturalists Peter and Barbara Rzasa. Wildflowers bloom in the state's woodlands, in suburban backyards and even along busy highways. Some have scientific-sounding names - hepatica, wood anemone, and trillium. Other names seem plucked from fairy tales - Dutchman's breeches, bloodroot, lady-slipper and Jack-in-the pulpit. In this special program, the Rzasas will discuss some of their favorite spring species, provide tips on where to find them, and offer stories on how the flowers have been used throughout history and portrayed in folklore. Category: Attractions | Talks and LecturesCT Spring Wildflowers: How to Find an...
Date and Time
Sunday Mar 26, 2023
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT
On Sun, 26 Mar 2023 14:00 - Sun, 26 Mar 2023 15:15
Seymour Historical Society, 59 West Street, Seymour, Connecticut, 06483, United States
Paul Sussman and Heather Brown 2038887471