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Bad Sci-Fi Movies and Real Plant Science: The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) – In-Person

March 24, 2023

We are kicking off a new series – Bad Sci-Fi Movies and Real Plant Science – with the 1960 classic film The Little Shop of Horrors. After watching this movie, learn from our Horticulture Team about plant intergeneric crosses and carnivorous plants, and how it relates to Audrey Jr.’s behavior. Bring your best “would plants really do that?” questions for our Team to answer.

Doors open at 6pm to visit our Gardens, and the film starts at 7pm.

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Date:
March 24, 2023
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$20.00 – $25.00
Website:
yewdellgardens.org

Venue

Yew Dell Botanical Gardens
6220 Old La Grange Road
Crestwood, KY 40014 United States
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Phone
5022414788
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Organizer

Yew Dell Botanical Gardens
Phone
502-241-4788
Email
susanl@yewdellgardens.org
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