Members' Walk: Crops of the World

Lecture | October 20 | 1-2:30 p.m. |  UC Botanical Garden

 Botanical Garden

Join Horticulturist Jason Bonham on an in-depth exploration of the Crops of the World Garden. Food and other economically important plants in the Crops of the World Garden are arranged geographically by place of wild origin. Most of the plants featured are edibles—fruits, grains, vegetables, and herbs. A few are valuable for other purposes, such as mulberry trees as silkworm food and cork oaks as a source for cork.

Registration required. This event is an exclusive benefit for Garden members. Not yet a member? Join or renew your support today by visiting botanicalgarden.berkeley.edu/join or call us at 510-643-1924.

Please note that this walk may include a slight incline and narrow paths.

 

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 CA, jennymoore@berkeley.edu, 15106644509