Ferns add refinement and depth to your garden, and they are deer-resistant! Chris Hoess, who recently verified the identity of Mt. Cuba’s native ferns, leads this informative tour and discussion. Learn the natural history of ferns, how they reproduce, their amazing diversity of form, and where to grow them in your garden. Receive a list of common and lesser-known species to add to your landscape this year.
This program takes place in person at Mt. Cuba Center Friday, June 9, 2023
About the Instructor:
Chris Hoess teaches biology and biochemistry at Delaware Technical Community College and is Chair of the Friends of the State Line Serpentine Barrens. His interests include ferns, trilliums, plant phylogenetics, and the management and restoration of serpentine ecosystems.