January 16, 2011 by staff
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Ikenobo Ikebana SOCIETY: Terri Todd presents “Chabana: Arrangements for the tea ceremony,” 10:00 January 20, St. John’s in the desert, Flat Rock. Welcome guests
ORCHID culture and care: Cynthia Gillooly offers expert advice on caring for orchids, 11 am Jan. 22, BB Barns, 3377 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville. Free, but registration is required. 650-7300.
INTERIOR DESIGN GARDEN: Learn how to create tabletop inside the gardens or ground level, 11 am Jan. 28 and 11:00 on February 12, BB Barns, 3377 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville. Free, but registration is required. 650-7300.
ANALYSIS OF SOIL WORKSHOP: Master Gardeners cover how, when and why to test your soil for gardening summer. 10:00 January 29, Carver Community Center, Black Mountain. Free.669-8610.
“TERRARIUM”DESIGN: Learn how plants and objects can be added to create a personnel”terrarium. Move containers at home. 11:00 January 29, BB Barns, 3377 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville. Free, but registration is required. 650-7300.
FRUIT TREE CARE / SIZE OF THE WORKSHOP: Discuss siteanlysis and selection, preparation and orchard floor care, care for established orchards. Includes practical activities. 10:00 to 3:00 p.m. on January 30, Westwood Co-housing, 43 Vermont Court, Asheville. $ 40. 713-2424 or email@example.com.
PLANTS IN THE EYES OF A MICROSCOPE: Dr. Ed Hauser covers the ecology, evolution and taxonomy of algae, fungi, mosses, ferns and conifers. 9:30 pm-12 30 February 5, 12, 19 and 26, UNC Asheville Botanical Lab, Zeis Hall, room 228. Advance registration required. $ 35, $ 25 members BGA. 252-5190.
ORCHID INTERVENTION: Regional experts diagnose your orchid information orchid in difficulty and to provide to help your plant recover his health. 11:00 February 5, BB Barns, 3377 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville. Free, but registration is required. 650-7300.
YOUR FOREST Money Talk: A one-day workshop for forest owners, farmers and wildcrafters. Regulation, propagation, harvesting, processing of forest botany with an emphasis on financial performance and networking. February 8 at the Cultural Center Valley Stecoah Robbinsville. And 30, includes lunch, scholarships available. Advance registration
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