People passionate about nature

What's That Wildflower?


Marilyn Latta


Earl Grey Community Club, 360 Cockburn St. North


Monday, May 1, 2023

Start Time: 

7:30 pm


$10 for Nature Manitoba members (or students), $15 for non-members

Manitoba is a great place to look for wildflowers. The diversity of habitats throughout the province provides an opportunity to see many different flowering plants, some of them rare and unusual. But what is that wildflower you've just seen? Join weekend botanist Marilyn Latta, to learn some tips on how to tell wildflowers apart, good reference books for Manitoba, and interesting locations to find wildflowers. The presentation will end with a visual parade of Manitoba Wildflowers from A-Z , and yes there really is one for every letter of the alphabet! From orchids and carnivorous plants to cactus and seaside plants, there is a little bit of everything to see and enjoy in this province.

Note this workshop date has changed from March 27th, 2023. Existing registrants are being contacted.

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Photos by Marilyn Latta

Registration for the 2024 Nature Manitoba workshops will open for members on January 5, 2024