Discover the wonders of plant pollination. Being unable to move, plants have adapted in many unique ways to ensure pollination takes place – including developing relationships with other living things within their ecosystem. Explore the reproductive structures of a flower through a guided dissection. Students will also visit the glasshouses and/or outdoor gardens to look for examples of plant/pollinator relationships.
September through mid-November; January-May.
Maximum of 60 students per time slot. $8 per student. One adult chaperone required per 10 students(free). One adult per five students admitted free; additional adults are $8.00 per person.