Posted by Adrienne on Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 3:27 pm |
During the Holiday Season our thoughts turn to, what else but HOLLY!
Find all about Falmouth’s own Mass Audubon sanctuary, the Ashumet Holly Reservation located in East Falmouth. Home to one of the largest holly plantations in New England, the Ashumet Sanctuary has more than 65 types of hollies, including American, Asian and European specimens, as well as the rare Franklinia tree. Ian Ives, director of the Upper and Mid-Cape Audubon Sanctuaries, give a talk illustrated with colored slides of these admired trees and the fascinating natural history of this beautiful sanctuary at 7 PM on Wednesday evening, December 14 at the Falmouth Public Library, 300 Main Street.
As a special holiday treat, attendees are invited to bring one shopping bag to fill with holly cuttings from Ashumet to use for holiday decoration.
This FREE program is made possible with generous support from the Falmouth Public Library Trustees.
For more info call 508-457-2555, ext. 6 or Email:
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