Following in the Bartrams' Footsteps Exhibition
This nationally traveling exhibition features 44 contemporary botanical artwork depicting plants discovered and cultivated by 18th century naturalists John and William Bartram, who traversed the southeastern wilderness, including North Carolina, from the 1730-1790, recording the flora, fauna, and Native American culture. Includes outdoor living component featuring plants in the Garden discovered by the Bartrams plus over 25 events, talks, programs, plant sales and tours.
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101 Old Mason Farm Rd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
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|10/22||9:00a||26th Annual Sculpture In The Garden|
|10/22||12:00p||Authors Stephanie Jeffries and Thomas Wentworth Discuss Their New Book Featuring 30 Great Appalachian Hikes|
|10/22||12:00p||Seeing the Forest with the Trees along the Bartram Trail|
|10/23||9:00a||26th Annual Sculpture In The Garden|
|10/24||9:00a||26th Annual Sculpture In The Garden|
|10/25||9:00a||26th Annual Sculpture In The Garden|
|10/25||10:00a||Sweet Peas: Woolly Bears|
|10/25||1:00p||Green Monsters: Meet the Carnivorous Plants|
|10/26||9:00a||26th Annual Sculpture In The Garden|
|10/26||2:30p||The Literary Bartram|