See the Sacred Plants Exhibit at Matthaei

. December 6, 2017.

Learn about horticultural history and plants long credited with mystical healing, vision-making, and ritualistic powers as the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Conservatory wraps up its “Sacred Plants: Stories of Myth, Legends, and Lore” Exhibit on Sunday, January 7th. Focusing on plants in Matthaei’s conservatory collection, the holiday exhibit explores how certain plants figure in myth, lore, and ritual for cultures around the world. This annual event also features seasonal flowers, decorated trees and kids activities.

Sacred Plants: Stories of Myth, Legend and Lore
Matthaei Botanical Gardens Conservatory
1800 N. Dixboro Rd., Ann Arbor
Through Sunday, January 7, 4;30pm
mbgna.umich.edu

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