Plants That Bite Back
06 August 2013 10:00 - 06 August 2013 12:30
Traps that snap shut, some which close in one-hundredth of a
second, drugged nectar and leaves that act like fly paper, discover
the fascinating the world of plants that trap and eat prey.
The session will highlight the evolution of carnivorous plants, as
well as how plants catch their prey. Learn how to grow Venus
fly traps, sundews and trumpet pitchers at home.
Everybody welcome; all you need is an interest in plants
and gardening. Some of the session will be outdoors in the
gardens (weather permitting) so please come dressed in suitable
clothing and footwear.
£10/£8 Friends of Ness
For tickets call 0845 0304063