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What's My Orchid Telling Me Now?
Sunday, February 16, 1:30-3pm

Instructor: Matthew Tetreault

Orchids are the largest family in the plant kingdom and grow all over the world! Some grow in soil and others grow on rocks and trees. Learn orchid anatomy and plant structure, as well as the difference between terrestrial and epiphytic orchids, so you can understand what your orchid is telling you. Matt Tetreault, our conservatory horticulturalist, is an orchid expert and develops orchid displays for Tower Hill’s annual shows. Matt will teach you how to assess an orchid’s health and what steps you can take to bring an orchid back to good health.

Matt Tetreault graduated from Worcester State with degrees in biology and chemistry. His diverse experience includes studying mangroves and other subtropical plants in the Dominican Republic, sequencing tropical spider DNA, and working on a salamander population study. After working as an intern at Tower Hill, he was brought on as a conservatory gardener in January 2018 and was promoted to conservatory horticulturist in December 2018. Matt was responsible for all the beautiful forced bulb displays at Tower Hill in the early months of 2019.
Single class scheduled on 2/16/2020 at 1:30PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 15.00 ea.
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