Summer Native Plant Field Walk
August 31, 2019
9:00 am to 10:00 am
About this event
Join Crosby Arboretum Director Pat Drackett on an early morning field walk to explore what is currently blooming in the Savanna Exhibit and pitcher plant bog! Plants for wildlife and landscape uses will be discussed along the way. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable walking clothes and bring a camera. Crosby Arboretum members can participate for free, and the cost for non-members is $5. Those interested are asked to call 601-799-2311 to sign up by Aug. 24.
Crosby Arboretum - 370 Ridge Road, Picayune, MS 39466 (off I-59 at Exit 4)
Free for Crosby Arboretum members; $5 for non-members
With increasing value being placed on our natural heritage, the Crosby Arboretum in Picayune is the premier native plant conservatory in the Southeast. The arboretum was established as a living memorial to L.O. Crosby Jr. (1907-78) and has expanded to become a resource for education in the region and world. Today, it provides for the protection of the region's biological diversity and serves as a place for the public's enjoyment of plant species native to the Pearl River Drainage Basin of south-central Mississippi and Louisiana. Follow the Crosby Arboretum on Facebook and Twitter @CrosbyArboretum.