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Plant Diversity Across the State and in Your Garden: Resources from OregonFlora

Feb 21, 2023 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm PST


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The OregonFlora program, based at Oregon State University, offers a wealth of information about the 4,700+ distinct vascular plants that grow in our state. OregonFlora director Linda Hardison will describe how the knowledge used to develop the Flora of Oregon is relevant to gardeners and scientists alike. From the website tools, learn how native plant species fit into Oregon’s ecosystems, and use this to refine your gardens and landscapes by selecting native species appropriate for your site. Leave this presentation with a powerful tool to add to your plant-lover’s toolbox: the amazing breadth and depth of OregonFlora’s books, app, and website!

About the Presenter

Linda Hardison is the director of OregonFlora and a research assistant professor in the Dept. of Botany & Plant Pathology at Oregon State University. Linda guides the OregonFlora program in its mission to share information about Oregon’s plant diversity, largely through the production of a state flora in both book format and as an interactive website.

In collaboration with and in support of the OSU Extension Master Gardener™ Program. The Lane County Master Gardener Association (LCMGA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in support of the OSU Extension Lane County Master Gardener program.

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