Many of us have fond memories of a childhood garden. It may have been the garden of a parent or grandparent, or a dear aunt or uncle. The old fashioned flowers of yesterday are making a comeback. Peonies, hollyhocks, tiger lilies, irises and delphiniums are some of the lovely blooms that immigrant families brought with them to the prairies. Join Lyndon Penner for a fascinating exploration of our most enduring garden flowers. Come and hear their stories!
2–3 pm | registration not required | museum admission applies | free to annual pass holders