That’s one of the most common questions that visitors ask Seth, our manager of horticulture. So, we’re answering that question, and taking a closer look at plant life cycles, in today’s season finale episode of Curious By Nature!
We hope you enjoyed season two of Curious By Nature and our biweekly wonder newsletter! While we take a break to begin planning season three, we’ll be sharing our favorite episodes, activities, and more from the past two seasons all month long. Want to share your favorites with us? Just reply to this email!
Support for the Nature Museum is provided by Rose Pest Solutions.
Explore nature wherever you go! Get connected with our local plants, animals and so much more with our Wonder Workbooks. Click here to explore our full Wonder Workbook line up and revisit your favorites from this last season!
As our local Chicago critters are preparing for the changing of the seasons, let’s consider how we humans can prepare ourselves for the cold weather season as well! This winter, let’s make our homes warmer, reduce our energy costs, and live more sustainably by taking steps to weatherize our homes! Click here for our weatherization tips and tricks handout, or click here to check out our full weatherization guide.
How can you make sure your houseplants look their best all winter? We asked Seth to share his top tips and the common mistakes to avoid. Click here to download our caring for houseplants in winter handout.
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