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We have a new addition to our #sugarkettle at the top of WinterGarden! We will be having a water plants sale on June 10th at MarketPlace! #mbgscene #mbgwg1 #waterlily #Cyperus #papyrus ... See MoreSee Less

We have a new addition to our #sugarkettle at the top of WinterGarden! We will be having a water plants sale on June 10th at MarketPlace! #mbgscene #mbgwg1 #waterlily #Cyperus #papyrus

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Last day of Gallery of Gardens, open 9-4, and MarketPlace is open until noon! ... See MoreSee Less

Gallery of Gardens is officially open! Tickets available online, at the tour gardens, and also at MarketPlace. ... See MoreSee Less

What a great opportunity to walk and talk with botanical artist, Derek Norman! His current exhibition "Bloomin' Wild... but for how long?" is featured at the Eastern Shore Art Center through May 27th. ... See MoreSee Less

What a great opportunity to walk and talk with botanical artist, Derek Norman! His current exhibition Bloomin Wild... but for how long? is featured at the Eastern Shore Art Center through May 27th.

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Dr. Axsmith states, “My interest in fossil plants (Paleobotany) is driven by my belief that many of the important questions in vascular plant evolution require paleobotanical answers. My research focus at this time involves fossil plants from the Pliocene (~ 3 million years ago) Citronelle Formation in Mobile and Baldwin counties, Alabama.  Because the Pliocene record in North America is poor and this was a time of extreme global warmth, the local fossils are particularly significant.”

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Paleobotanical Discoveries in Alabama

May 12, 2:00pm

Mobile Botanical Gardens

Dr. Axsmith states, “My interest in fossil plants (Paleobotany) is driven by my belief that many of the important questions in vascular plant evolution require paleobotanical answers. My research fo...

Paleobotanical Discoveries in Alabama