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The New Year at Lemon Hill & Art Museum!

Let's check out what's happening in mid-winter at Lemon Hill and the Art Museum! I've been seeing chickweed, Indian strawberries, garlic mustard, cleaver, onion grass, Shepard's purse, Lamb's quarters, rose hips, and several other eatable greens. So, bundle up and brave the elements! Hope to see you there!

Lynn

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PS: If you want to schedule a private tour, call me at[masked]

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Really interesting look at some of the edible plants growing right in the middle of the city. I didn't expect to see so many different kinds of plants in January!

    January 7, 2013

  • Melinda F.

    Awesome as usual. It is so interesting to see how many plants are available in the winter! I love learning to identify these beneficial,edible plants. Thank you.

    January 6, 2013

  • a p.

    Ann was generous with her knowledge and time. She opened up a new world, allowing me to be able to take a second look at what I considered to be the "weeds" in my lawn. I look forward to new adventures with Ann.
    Peter Adlowitz- thanks Ann!!

    January 6, 2013

  • Stephen T.

    excellent time! Lynn is a great organizer and group leader. everyone seemed to have an awesome time and learned something new.

    January 6, 2013

  • Lisa

    I never paid attention to just how many plants are not only surviving the cold but are actually growing. Just fascinating! I also learned that the majority of weeds underfoot are either edible or medicinal and not, as I had thought, mostly poison. Thank you Lynn!

    January 6, 2013

  • Barbara

    Hi! I'm on the waiting list but just me, not +1. Thx.

    January 4, 2013

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