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This beautiful American sweetgum is still aflutter with orange, butter yellow, coral, crimson and deep mulberry coloured leaves, each with five sharply-pointed lobes.
This beautiful American sweetgum is still aflutter with orange, butter yellow, coral, crimson and deep mulberry coloured leaves, each with five sharply-pointed lobes.
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Identifying Asteraceae

Ros Bennett
Tuesday 30 – Wednesday 31 July 2013

By late July the flowers of many of our finest native plants have started to fade, with the notable exception of glorious shows of thistles, ragworts, dandelions and mayweeds. Asteraceae is the biggest family of flowering plants in the UK, with strong claims to be both the most familiar and the most confusing. Learn how to tell apart and name the look-alikes that are such a notorious feature of this plant family.
Date
30/07/2013
Time
10am – 4pm
Price
£95, payable in full at time of booking
Booking required
Booking Details
Please download and complete the booking form from the link to the left and return it to us as soon as possible.
Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Plant Identification & Science
Venue
Classroom