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Wildflower Identification Workshop

Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood, County Down, BT18 0EU
Wildflower Identification Workshop

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Are you a complete newbie when it comes to wildflower identification? If so this workshop is for you! Learn a simple but highly effective method of identifying wildflowers on Saturday 15th June at the Ulster Folk Museum.

The Finding the Family First (FFF) method helps you become familiar with the floral and vegetative characteristics of the most common wildflower families. It also shows how these characteristics differ between plant families.

In this day long workshop, you'll start with classroom based learning, working in small groups and guided by an expert tutor. The afternoon session will be fieldwork, giving you the opportunity to put your learnings into practise.

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All course materials, plus teas, coffees and biscuits, are included in the fee for the workshop.
Places are limited and booking is essential.
Suitable tfor ages 8+  Under 16s Accompanied by an adult

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Adult£40.00 per ticket

50% discount for BSBI Members and full-time students

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Season (15 June 2024)
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Saturday10:00 - 17:00

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