Speaker: Karyn Molines, MNPS Board Member
Native vines are valuable and beautiful components of the plant world and very important for wildlife, but are often misunderstood and maligned as destructive weeds. Join Karyn Molines to learn about the ecology and function of vines as we start the Society’s fifth “Year of…” initiative. The talk will include a sampling of the diversity of vine species in Maryland, such as climbing fern; leguminous vines; milkweed vines; and many others.
Check out the information about The Year of the Vines, including a key to vines, information about native grapes, and more.
Location: Kensington Library.
Directions: From the Washington Beltway (I-495)
Take Exit 33, Connecticut Avenue, north to the third signal after the Beltway. Turn left onto Knowles and go 2 1/2 blocks to the library on the right.
The meeting is open to non-members.
Registration is not required.
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