Spring has come and brought with it new and beautiful reminders of growth and beauty, as well as the Texas sun! To celebrate this bright time of year, we’ll create cyanotype prints. By capturing the sun and the effect it has on elements gathered in nature we record a moment in time.
Everyone loves a terrarium, and now you can create your own using begonias from the internationally recognized Begonia Species Collection at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Enjoy a virtual tour of the Species Bank and learn all about these beautiful plant
The first and last hours of the day are reserved for all Fort Worth Botanic Garden and BRIT members (8 a.m. - 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.). This benefit will be available to members through the month of October. Hours and benefits subject to change.
Flora and fauna of islands fascinate biologists worldwide and throughout time. Native island plants and animals evolve in isolation and develop unique traits that are not shared by their continental family members. And they raise many fascinating questions, such as how did these life forms ever reach remote islands in the first place?
This class will teach you how to identify diseases and nutrient deficiencies in your plants. Learn how to identify the root causes of these issues and the best steps to take to fix the problems. You will also learn how to examine your own garden soil under a microscope, test plant material with a refractometer, and how to use different sprayers.
Eager to grow beautiful vegetables and flowers, but frustrated by pests in your garden? Join us for this informative workshop, where you will learn to identify common garden pests, and non-toxic methods of removing and (best part) avoiding them.