The Chapel Hill Garden Club

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

“Landscapes that Save the World: The Importance of Biodiversity in the Garden”

Bryce Lane

10:30 a.m. Social Time
11:00 a.m. Meeting
12:30 p.m. Meeting Ends

Reeves Auditorium at the NC Botanical Garden
(Reeves Auditorium is located in Building A of the NC Botanical Garden’s Education Center)

Often, gardeners don’t focus on how important it is to promote a well-balanced ecosystem in their home landscapes. BRYCE will show us why it’s important to create a biodiverse garden, and how to achieve it.

BRYCE LANE spent 34 years teaching and advising over 20,000 students at the Dept. of Horticultural Science at NC State University. Retiring in 2014, he still teaches part-time. For eleven seasons, he hosted and produced the three-time Emmy award-winning UNC TV show, “In the Garden with Bryce Lane.


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