Would you like to learn more about the plants available at the Heard’s Spring Plant Sale before you arrive? We’re offering Heard Museum Members a unique benefit: a virtual sneak preview webinar on April 13 at 7 p.m. (via Zoom).
At this exclusive presentation, the Heard’s Native Gardens Manager, Amy Monroy, will offer a segment on gardening for butterflies and other pollinators. Carol Clark and Dr. Bill Woodfin, knowledgeable native plant enthusiasts and members of Collin County Chapter of Native Plant Society of Texas, will present segments about using native plants in shaded settings and gardening for birds (including hummingbirds). Bill Freiheit will also share his insights into several of the rare plants he has grown for our sale.
We’ll also offer a Q&A segment so that participants will have a chance to get answers to follow-up questions that may arise. You’ll gain a new appreciation for many wonderful native Texas plants!
This program is free for Heard Museum members.
April 13, 2022
*Memberships are also available online before the event through our Membership page. This event is reserved for current Heard Museum members only. As a result, guests may not be admitted.
Pre-registration is required and limited to Heard Museum members.* To participate, please sign up here.
*Heard Museum members: to gain access to this members-only event, please sign in or register for our site. (You can find the “sign in” or “register” links in the top right-hand corner of any page that you use to purchase tickets, program reservations, or memberships.) When you register for our site, your membership is automatically linked to your log-in!
Accessing the Zoom Presentation
The Zoom link will be sent to you by email on April 11.**
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