Creating Climate Change Gardens: A Special Role for Irises

On March 16th, 2019, Richard J. Hebda, BC Iris Society’s President, gave a talk about climate change and irises at our Annual General Meeting. We are happy to present it again here.

Creating climate change gardens and the special role of Irises

An illustrated lecture presented by Richard Hebda, BC Iris Society President, Curator Emeritus, Royal BC Museum and Climate adaptation expert.

British Columbia’s climate is changing rapidly with warming winter temperatures, summer droughts and a longer growing season. Learn strategies and techniques to adapt your garden to the future and keep it beautiful. Discover the roles that remarkably diverse irises can play in our future climate change gardens. It’s time to start transforming our gardens.

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