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Spring Plant Sale Set for April 4-7 |

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New Full Day Children’s Summer Camps |

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Southern Tales to Feature Dolores Hydock |

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There is always something blooming at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

On The Cover enhancin g life with plants



M arch /a pril 2013

Spring Plant Sale Set for April 4-7 |

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New Full Day Children’s Summer Cam

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March: Daffodils Forsythias Lenten Roses Native Azaleas Pansies Redbuds Tulips Wildflowers

April: Azaleas Bigleaf Magnolias Cherries Dogwoods Ferns Flowering Shrubs Forsythia Herbs Irises Native Azaleas Redbuds Rhododendrons Tulips Wildflowers (peak)

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D irectors

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Plan your next visit soon! Visit and check out what’s new at The Gardens.

Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens

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Spring Plant Sale Schedule of Events Thursday, April 4 Preview Party: 5 - 6:30 p.m. ($45 in advance, $50 at the door) Members-Only Sale: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 Public Sale: 9 - 7 p.m. (Free) Saturday, April 6 Public Sale: 9 - 5 p.m. (Free) Sunday, April 7 Public Sale: 11 - 3 p.m. (Free)

Century Plaza

7580 Crestwood Blvd. Birmingham, AL 35210

At Large: Cathy Adams Laurie Allen Mary Boehm Chris Boles Emily Bowron Maggie Brooke Gary Burley Tricia Holbrook Robert Holmes Beverly Hoyt Margi Ingram Clarke Gillespy Houston Gillespy Charles Goodrich Kathryn Porter Lucy Tutwiler Mary Williamson Katy Eldridge, Junior Board President

O ur M ission Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens promotes public knowledge of plants, gardens & the environment; & receives, raises & administers resources for these purposes. O ur V ision The vision of Birmingham Botanical Gardens is to be one of the nation’s preeminent botanical gardens.

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M ain������������������������������������������������������� 205.414.3950 Fred Spicer����������������������������������������������������� Executive Director Olivia Alison ��������������������������������������� Director of Development Stephanie Banks��������������������������������������������Director of Finance Elizabeth Drewry�������������������������������������������������������������Librarian Ellen Hardy��������������������������� Education Program Coordinator Blake Ells����������������������������������� Public Relations Coordinator Henry Hughes ����������������������������������������� Director of Education Jason Kirby ������������������������������������Library Assistant & Archivist Andrew Krebbs�������������� Director of Marketing & Membership Hope Long��������������������������������������Director of Library Services John Manion���������������������������Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator Shelly McCarty��������������������������������Special Events Coordinator Pam McLeod���������������������������������������������������������� Gift Processor Drew Rickel�����������������������������������������Donor Relations Officer Jennifer Sanders������������������������ Plant Adventures Coordinator Phyllis Sutton����������������������������� Education Activities Specialist Taylor Steele��������������������������������������������Volunteer Coordinator Rona Walters�����������������������������������������������Membership Assistant The Garden Dirt is the newsletter of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The Garden Dirt is published six times a year to foster awareness & support events, services, & significant programs of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. We welcome your comments & address corrections. Please contact: Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Editor, Andrew Krebbs 2612 Lane Park Road Birmingham, AL 35223 205.414.3959 or Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens practices a policy of equal opportunity & equal access to services for all persons regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, orientation or sex. Birmingham Botanical Gardens is a facility of Birmingham Park & Recreation Board. The deadline for the March/April issue is March 15.

Wow! It’s hard to believe spring is just a few weeks away. We’ve been very busy planning events and activities that never really stop, but reach a peak at this time of year. I tend to thrive in an atmosphere filled with numerous projects, and while it sometimes makes for barely-made deadlines (whew!), and things deferred for later (sorry!), it certainly isn’t boring. As the days get noticeably longer after the vernal equinox, there is more energy, literally, available for our gardens to slide out of winter and burst into spring, and I feel it, too. Take a walk through The Gardens to get some of your share. Behind the scenes, electrical and steel repair work is already happening in the first phase of Conservatory improvements. Once we’re past our last frost date, the old glass will be removed, the 50-year old structure will be cleaned and re-painted, and new safety glass will be installed. We expect to re-open in the fall. The Conservatory renovation is just one project in planning, in progress, or recently completed. Another is the new Thorne Amphitheater, in the Japanese Gardens, which was built last fall as a permanent gathering space and audience area for the Moore Cultural Pavilion, thanks to a bequest from Barbara Drummond Thorne. We are getting tremendous interest in and response to our native plant certificate class offerings and other adult classes. Take a class or two and see what the excitement is all about. All the classes and easy registration are at And if spring is coming then so is our Spring Plant Sale. All the details are inside, with information on our food-themed Earth Day at The Gardens, Library programs and more.

Save t he Date Spencer Lecture March 7 Sakura Cherry Blossom Festival March 16 Spring Plant Sale Preview Party & Members-Only Sale April 4 Spring Plant Sale April 5-7 Central Alabama Daylily Society Annual Daylily Sale Saturday, April 13

New weekend program: Get Into The Gardens!

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Dear Friends:

“Get Into The Gardens” is a new weekend program that provides free educational programming to visitors at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The series will include family-friendly demonstrations, the return of Hikes for Tykes, an educational outdoor adventure designed for preschool children and their families, and Sunday Scene, an educational walk through each of the gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The next family-friendly demonstration will take place on Saturday, March 16 at 1 p.m. Participants will take part in “Planting a Strawberry Jar,” a free demonstration. This spring will also feature demonstrations on planting tomatoes and peppers and include simple watering strategies.

Early Bird Violet Show April 19-20

The next Hikes for Tykes takes place on March 23 at 10 a.m., while the next Sunday Scene will be on May 5.

See you in The Gardens,

Rotary Club of Shades Valley Botanical Bash April 26

Registration is not required. Meet in The Gardens’ plaza. For more information about the “Get Into The Gardens” series, contact Volunteer Coordinator Taylor Steele at 205.414.3962 or tsteele@

Fred Spicer Executive Director

Earth Day at The Gardens April 27


D evelopment

A Tribute and a Trellis: New Gifts and Plants for the Hess Camellia Garden

It all began with a wonderful lady who loved nature, Sara Askew Jones, the former Healthy Living editor of Southern Living magazine. Sara was a multiple cancer survivor, beloved by friends and co-workers, who lived until 2011. Her admirers wanted to honor her in a special way. Given the long association of Southern Living with The Gardens, they suggested funding an entrance feature for the Hess Camellia Garden which could replace the wooden arbor in disrepair along the main garden path. Permission given, they sprang into action. Architect Rob Martin, a close friend of Sara’s, created a conceptual plan for a trellis arbor which was finalized by Scotty Howell of Robinson Iron in Alexander City, AL. Of course, the actual estimate was much more expensive than first envisioned, especially since the structure will be made of durable patinated aluminum. To fund the project, Sara’s friends, lead by Charles Walton and Todd Childs, set up an on-line auction and raised half the money for the project through sales of donated art and services. Individual donors and family members contributed the balance of the funds or contributed in-kind services. Bob Barnett donated his expertise as structural engineer, while Sara’s husband John Jones, a retired contractor, will personally build the footings. This effort to honor Sara has been a catalyst for the entire Hess Camellia Garden which was designed by the late Carolyn Tynes and dedicated in 1987. Jimmie Hess and her husband Emil established the garden in honor of his mother Nettie Hess. Happily, Jimmie knew about the improvements before her sudden death in January. Over the next few years, the area near the arbor will be the home of a collection of camellia cultivars that were developed in Birmingham. Members of the Birmingham Camellia Society have worked hard to locate, document and arrange for propagation of these plants, some of which are quite rare in cultivation. John Floyd, a friend and former boss of Sara’s, was instrumental in orchestrating this project. We still need funds for upgrading the paths in the Hess Camellia Garden. Please contact Director of Development Olivia Alison at 205.414.3961 or or Donor Relations Officer Drew Rickel at 205.414.3955 or if you would like to help.

April Showers bring May Flowers and Tax Deductions

Just a reminder all donations to Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens are tax deductible! And that there were several changes to the tax code that may affect you this year. If you would like to receive our booklet about “Planning after the 2013 Tax Law Changes,” which explains the changes in simple language, please let us know. Director of Development Olivia Alison (205.414.3961, oalison@bbgardens) or Donor Relations Officer Drew Rickel (205.414.3955, will be happy to send you a copy.


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Spring Plant Sale to be held at Century Plaza

April 4-7

Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens’ largest annual plant sale fundraiser will be held at the former J.C. Penney at Century Plaza in Birmingham on April 5 – 7, 2013. Over 100,000 plants will be available for purchase, many of which have been nurtured by volunteers at The Gardens. More than 9,500 patrons attended last year’s sale. The signature plant for 2013 is Whirlwind® Blue fan flower, Scaevola hybrid, with more than 1,000 available for consumers to take home at just $5. The Spring Plant Sale furthers The Gardens’ mission of promoting public knowledge and appreciation of plants, gardens and the environment while providing consumers seasonally appropriate planting advice from experts and satisfaction from supporting a worthwhile cause with each purchase. The public sale will be held Friday from 9 – 7 p.m., Saturday from 9 – 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 – 3 p.m. Admission to the public sale is free. Numerous opportunities to volunteer are available and can be found at springplantsale. The annual Preview Party and Members-Only Sale will kick things off on Thursday, April 4, at 5 p.m. Admission to the Preview Party is $45 in advance and $50 at the door. The Preview Party provides guests a chance to shop early, enjoy great food, wine and a free Whirlwind®. The Members-Only Sale is free to members from 6:30– 8:30 p.m.

Spring Plant Sale Schedule of Events Thursday, April 4 Preview Party: 5 - 6:30 p.m. ($45 in advance, $50 at the door) Members-Only Sale: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 Public Sale: 9 - 7 p.m. (Free) Saturday, April 6 Public Sale: 9 - 5 p.m. (Free) Sunday, April 7 Public Sale: 11 - 3 p.m. (Free)

Century Plaza

7580 Crestwood Blvd. Birmingham, AL 35210

For more information

about the Spring Plant Sale or to purchase tickets to the Preview Party, call 205.414.3950 or visit


V o lu n t e e r s

…On The Shoulders Of Giants: Volunteers and Partner Organization honored at annual Volunteer Holiday Luncheon Taylor Steele, Volunteer Coordinator

The French philosopher Bernard of Chartres said, “We are like dwarves on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they, and things at a greater distance, not by virtue of any sharpness of sight on our part, or any physical distinction, but because we are carried high and raised up by their giant size.” Because of the sturdy shoulders of our volunteers, The Gardens has been able to achieve lofty goals and to clearly see its path to the future. At The Gardens, our volunteers and partner organizations are our giants. Though too numerous to name, you may recognize many by reading past newsletters or a blog entry from this past year. This is how we share their stories. Volunteers dedicate their time to teach children, grow plants, tend gardens, chair events, stuff envelopes, check out books and give tours among many other eclectic responsibilities that maintain our beauty and help us achieve our educational mission. On Thursday, December 12, Birmingham Botanical Gardens held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, recognizing the time and dedication of this group. Over 200 volunteers, invited guests, Cathy Adams City of Birmingham staff, and Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens staff shared in the recognition of four individuals and one partner organization for the event. Cathy Adams was presented the Ida C. Burns Volunteer of the Year award for her continual service and significant contributions to many areas of the organization. Ann Katholi was awarded the A. Brand Walton, Jr. Unsung Hero of the Year for her unwavering “behind the scenes” contributions to the annual plant sale events. Birmingham Audubon Society was recognized as Birmingham Botanical Gardens Partner of the Year for



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“If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”

Our continued successs is because of people like you. Thank you.

aiding The Gardens in its effort to achieve its education mission. Throughout the year, Birmingham Audubon Society volunteers work in collaboration with The Gardens by leading bird walks and classes for students of all ages. Betsy Fleenor was awarded the Birmingham Botanical Gardens Plantsperson of the Year for sharing her plant knowledge and leadership skills with other volunteers. Sallie Lee was awarded the Educator of the Year for her sustaining educational efforts, promoting public knowledge and appreciation of plants, gardens and the environment. Each of the Volunteer of the Year recipients received a beautifully engraved glass award at the luncheon.

L to R: Betsy Fleenor, Ann Katholi, Sallie Lee, Ty Keith, Helena UberWamble (Keith and Uber-Wamble are with Birmingham Audubon Society)

from the Archives & Rare Book Room:

Japanese Watercolors

A rtist D isplay March/April 2013

Julieanna Brandino

Masaji “Buffy” Morai, a Japanese architect, was hired from St. Louis to design the Japanese Gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. He was a skilled architect, but a self-taught watercolor artist as well. He learned to paint during his time in the California internment camps during World War II. Many of his paintings depict our Japanese Gardens, various landscapes, botanicals and animal prints. Our collection currently has around thirteen prints from Buffy, but we would like to increase our collection. If you have a Buffy print, and would like to donate it to our Archives, please contact Jason Kirby, library assistant & archivist, at 205.401.3967 or Visit the Gerlach Plant Information Center (GPIC) inside the Garden Center during March & April for the exhibit:

Arranging Flowers

L i b r a r y S e rv i c e s

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Thyme to Read ◄ May 7:

The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng

April 2 : Noah’s Garden by Sara Stein ► Join us in The Library at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month to discuss a fun book pertaining to gardening, plants or the environment. Contact Director of Library Services Hope Long at 205.414.3931 or for more information or to get involved.



Good Things Growing… In The Gardens

Fred Spicer, Executive Director

Many small flowering trees bloom in the spring. Halesia diptera var. magniflora, called the large-flowered two-winged silverbell, is probably not on everyone’s “top five” lists, but perhaps it should be. The species is native from southeast TX, through LA, MS and AL into the FL panhandle and southern GA, with outlying populations in AR and SC. More research is needed to determine if the largeflowered forms, restricted to southwest GA and adjacent FL and possibly AL, warrant varietal status or are just local anomalies. Wherever its taxonomic affinity lies, this is a lovely small tree with excellent heat tolerance and no pest problems. Happiest in half shade and evenly moist soils, it adapts well to drier and more exposed sites (if given an occasional drink during hard droughts) even if the soil is rocky or clayey. A young specimen in the Forman Garden flowers in late March to early April for about two weeks and the lightly fragrant flowers, aptly named (above right), hold up well. In youth the growth habit is upright and pyramidal (left) but the plant widens with age, assuming a rather tidy, arching umbrella-like shape to about 25’ and slightly wider. I think the best way to grow this species is to train it to a single leader and elevate the canopy a little. This puts the flowers at eye/nose level. H. tetraptera, mountain silverbell, is a shrubbier plant and is more amenable to growing with multiple trunks. The green fruits look like smooth peach pits with two wings, and are often taken by small mammals and some birds. Fall color is a deep yellow (below right).


Alan Weakley writes, “The genus was named to honor Stephen Hales; it therefore seems more appropriate to pronounce the genus with three syllables (the accent on the first) than the commonly heard four, which thoroughly distorts the honoree’s name.” Thus HAILS-e-uh and not huhLEEZ-e-uh. The epithet diptera comes from di+ptera meaning two wings; the “p” is voiced, which thoroughly distorts its Greek roots!

Garde ning Tips for March & April


FRUITS AND NUTS - Continue strawberry and grape plantings. Bud apples and peaches. Start planting blackberries. SHRUBS - Fertilize shrubs (except azaleas and camellias) according to a soil test. Late plantings may be made, particularly if they are container-grown. Watch shrubs for harmful insects. LAWNS - Fertilize established lawns. ROSES - Watch new growth for aphids. Begin a spray or dust program. Begin fertilizing. ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS - Tender annuals may be planted in South Alabama. Check garden centers for bedding plants. BULBS - Plant gladiolus every two or three weeks if a long blooming season is desired. Plant tuberous begonias in pots. Plant dahlias. MISCELLANEOUS - Check and repair sprayers, dusters, and lawn mowers. Control lawn weeds with chemicals. Delay pruning of fruiting shrubs such as cotoneasters, pyracanthas, and hollies until after flowering. VEGETABLE SEEDS - Plant hardy crops recommended for January and February. After danger of frost is past, plant tender vegetables.


FRUITS AND NUTS - Season for strawberry planting continues. Start spray program for all fruits. Plant raspberries and blackberries and continue budding apples and peaches. SHRUBS - Prune spring flowering shrubs after flowering. Fertilize azaleas and camellias. When new growth is half completed, spray all shrubs with a fungicide. LAWNS - Planting continues. New lawns may need supplementary watering. Also, fertilize at 3- to 6-week intervals. Keep ryegrass cut low, particularly if over planted on bermuda lawns. ROSES - Watch for insects and diseases. Keep old flower heads removed. Plant container-grown plants from garden centers. ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS - Plant annuals or bedding plants from garden centers. Divide mums or root cuttings. Dig and divide dahlias. BULBS - Plant gladiolus, fancy-leaved caladiums, milk and wine lilies, and ginger and gloriosa lilies. Feed bearded iris with superphosphate and spray for borers. Avoid cutting foliage of narcissus or other bulbs until it has turned brown naturally. MISCELLANEOUS - Spray camellias, hollies, etc., for scale insects. Carefully water new plantings of shrubs and trees. Pinching out tips of new shoots promotes more compact shrubs. VEGETABLE SEED - Plant tender vegetables such as beans, corn, squash, melons, and cucumbers. VEGETABLE PLANTS - Plant tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, sweet potatoes, and parsley Courtesy of

For more information, see or call the Plant Hotline at 800.644.4458.


New Full Day Camps We are excited to announce our traditional favorites (Parents’ Request) as well as our new time choices tailored with options to fit busy family schedules. Teachers are certified, experienced, and qualified. We encourage early registration! Each camp is limited to 20 children except preschool camps or other, which are limited to 15 children.

Half Day Camps (9-1 p.m.) $146 Members*|$180 Non-Members

June 3-7

American Girls: * Girls Just Like Me (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades K-2 Nature’s Games: Cooperation Not Competition For children entering grades 3-6

June 17-21

Southern Summer Chefs (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades K-2

Programs are designed to actively promote your child’s natural sense of creativity and discovery with fun learning experiences in the unmatched setting at Birmingham Botanical Gardens!

July 8-12

Ahoy! Pirates & Mermaids For 4 and 5 year olds entering fall preschool programs

Become a new member to receive a 20% discount and priority registration!

Southern Summer Chefs: One Sweet Summer For children entering grades K-2

NEW for 2013: Summer Camp Shirts included with each registration fee. Register online at or at 205.414.3950.

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Children’s Summer Camp

July 15-19

Southern Summer Chefs: One Sweet Summer For children entering grades 3-6

July 22-26 Full Day Camps

(9-4 p.m.) $206 Members*|$255 Non-Members

June 24-28

Young Builders: Legos in the Landscape (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades K-2 Young Builders: Legos in the Landscape (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades 3-6

July 15-19

Passport to Imagination Stations For children entering grades K-3

July 29-August 2 Young Builders: Legos in the Landscape (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades K-2 Southern Summer Chefs (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades 3-6

American Girls * Girls Just Like Me (Parents’ Request) For children entering grades K-2 Got Bugs? For 4 and 5 year olds entering fall preschool programs

Afternoon Camps

(1:30-4:00 p.m.) $95 Members*|$116 Non-Members

June 17-21

Growing through Yoga For children entering grades K-2

July 8-12

Growing through Yoga For children entering grades 3-6

*Hydrangea Level membership and above


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SAVE THE DATE Earthday at The Gardens

Free Admission April 27 11-4 p.m.

Member’s Day Trip

Coach Pat Dye’s

Quail Hollow Gardens May 9, 2013


Join us for a Friend’s Day Trip to Coach Pat Dye’s Quail Hollow Gardens. Quail Hollow Gardens consists of a nursery, gardens and tree farm specializing in Japanese maples. The cost of the trip is $75/ person. The fee includes Charter Bus transportation, special guided tour of his beautiful gardens and surrounding area and lunch at Crooked Oaks Hunting Lodge. After lunch you are welcome to tour the upstairs of the hunting lodge to view Coach Dye’s personal sports memorabilia collected over the years. The trip is open to all members of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Each member will be allowed to bring one non-member on the trip. For the agenda of the trip and registration form please visit www.bbgardens. org/membertravel or contact Shelly McCarty 205.414.3965 or

In Her Own Fashion written and performed by Dolores Hydock from the stories of Ninette Griffith Sunday, May 5 2 p.m. Linn-Henley Lecture Hall $20 per person To reserve your seat visit www. or call 205.414.3950. This one-woman play presents the true story of Ninette Griffith, a sassy, stylish, independent 96-year-old woman with a silk-and-chiffon Southern accent and a brass-and-iron spirit. Ninette was Fashion Coordinator for Loveman’s Department Stores in the 1950s and 1960s, but her story goes beyond tales of fashion blunders and celebrity hijinks to include stories of reckless romance and heartbreaking loss. Actress and storyteller Dolores Hydock brings these funny, tender, and surprising stories to life. “Remarkable ... a spectacular one-woman show.” — Alec Harvey, The Birmingham News

Native Plant Studies Classes/Field Trips/Volunteer Opportunities Registration & further information about the program, including course descriptions & certificate requirements can be found at or call 205.414.3958. Non-Native Invasive Plant (elective)

Native Spring Wildflowers (electve)

Instructor: Nancy Lowenstein & Steven Enloe Saturday, March 16 | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

Instructor: John Manion Saturday, March 30 | 8:30 - 12:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

The Pocket at Pigeon Mountain & Desoto State Park (field trip)

Spring Identification of Native Woody Plants (elective)

Instructor: Mike Rushing & John Manion Saturday & Sunday, March 23 - 24 8:30 - 5:30 p.m. $115 Members | $130 Non-Members Enrollment limited to 16

Instructor: Fred Spicer Saturday, April 20 | 8:30 - 12:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

Native Plant Preview 2013 Spring Plant Sale

Instructor: Jim Lacefield, Ph.D. Saturday, April 27 | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

Host: Fred Spicer and John Manion Wednesday, March 27, 2013 | 6 - 8 p.m. Free: Registration is required

Alabama’s Geological History (elective)

Introduction to The Study of Native Plants (core) Instructor: John Manion Saturday, May 4 | 8:30 - 4:30 p.m. $80 Members | $90 Non-Members

Bibb County Glades (field trip) Trip Leaders: Fred Spicer & John Manion Saturday, June 1 | 9 - 1 p.m. $60 Members | $70 Non-Members Enrollment limited to 16

Ethnobotany (elective) Instructor: Francine Hutchinson Saturday, June 8 | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

The Ancient Forests of Alabama (elective) Instructor: Brian Axsmith, Ph.D. Saturday, June 29 | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

Native Ferns & Their Relatives (elective) Instructor: Dan Jones, Ph.D. Saturday, July 13 | 8:30 - 12:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

The Fascinating World of Moths (elective) Instructor: Peter Van Zandt, Ph.D. Saturday, August 3 | 5 - 7 p.m. & 8 - 10 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

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Plant-Animal Interactions (elective) Instructor: Bob Boyd, Ph.D. Saturday, August 24 | 9 - 1 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members

Adult & Family Classes

For more information or to register visit or call 205.414.3950.

Yoga In The Gardens

Project Photography – Seasonal Series

Instructor: Suzanne Graham Every Wednesday | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens - East Room $72 Yoga Package (4 classes of your choice) $15 Drop-In

Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, March 9 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $80 General Admission

Alabama’s Spring Birds: A Habitat-based Approach to Learning about Birds Instructor: Greg Harber 6 Mondays - March 18 - April 22 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $60 Members | $72 Non-Members

Growing Pizza Gardens Instructor: TBA Saturday, April 13 | 2 - 4 p.m. For children age 4 & above $12 Members | $15 Non-Members

Terrific Terrariums! Instructor: Hope Long Saturday, April 13 | 10 - 11:30 a.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens - Exploration $15 Members | $18 Non-Members

Two-Day Floral Workshop Instructor: Dr. John Floyd Wednesday & Thursday, March 20-21 | 6-7:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Check for pricing

Capturing Memorable Images Instructor: Hank Siegel 2 Saturdays, March 23-30 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $80 General Admission

Eat Healthy, Eat Smart with the Seasons - SPRING Instructor: Jennifer Ropa Wednesday, April 10 | 6-7:30p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $10 Members | $12 Non-Members

Gardening the Natural Way Instructor: Tony Glover Saturday, April 20 | 10-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $15 Members | $18 Non-Members

Junior Board Classes Spring Mixology Instructor: TBD Thursday, April 18 | 6-8 p.m. Location: Arrington Plant Adventure Zone $15 before April 1 | $20 after April 1

Salsa de Mayo Instructor: TBD Thursday, May 2 | 6-8 p.m. Location: Arrington Plant Adventure Zone $15 before May 1 | $20 after May 1

Mint Mixology Instructor: TBD Thursday, June 13 | 6-8 p.m. Location: Arrington Plant Adventure Zone $15 before June 1 | $20 after June 1

From the Garden to the Grill Instructor: TBD Thursday, August 15 | 6-8 p.m. Location: Arrington Plant Adventure Zone $20 before August 1 | $25 after August 1


G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

Chairman Level

Mr. & Mrs. John Israel Louise D. Johnson Director Level

Mrs. Claire H. Fairley

Gifts to The Library at

Advisor Level

Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Jones, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Pursell Benefactor Level Ann & Angelo Bruno Foundation Boatright Companies Ms. Elna Brendel Dr. & Mrs. Derrill Crowe Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James M. Johnson Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation Southern Progress Corporation Stephens Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stukes

Birmingham Botanical Gardens November - December 2012 BIBS Club

As of December 31, 2012

– in memory of Winyss Shepard Flower Show Judges Council 8

– in memory of Theresa Madeline Lucas Flower Show Judges Council 8

– in honor of Jason Kirby

Patron Level

Mrs. Frances D. Blount Brasfield & Gorrie Mr. & Mrs. John G. Brock Mr. & Mrs. W. Frank Cobb, III Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Bob de Buys Mr. & Mrs. J.S.M. French Mr. & Mrs. T. Michael Goodrich The Hill-Allison Charitable Lead Trust Mr. & Mrs. Jon Kimerling Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. James L. Newsome Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer S. Poynor, III Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Ray, Jr. Rucker & Margaret Agee Fund Mr. & Mrs. B. Hanson Slaughter Mr. & Mrs. Jarred O. Taylor, II

Sara F. Hurlbert Cathy O’Sheal Jane Trechsel Norman Kent Johnson Stephanie Banks Kitty Scott Urquhart Nancy Walton

As of December 31, 2012 Mr. & Mrs. Edgar G. Aldridge Mrs. Ruby S. Ansley* Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balliet Mrs. Camille A. Becker Mrs. Lucille S. Beeson* Peggy Bonfield & Orrin Ford Mrs. Tom Tartt Brown* D. Joseph & Ida C. Burns* Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland Ms. Suzanne G. Clisby Mrs. Martha Stone Cobb Daniel* The Daniel Foundation of Alabama The Dunn-French Family Mr. F. Lewter Ferrell, Jr.*


Mr. R.R. Herbst* Mr. J. Ernest Hill & Mrs. Ora Lee Hill* Mrs. Fay B. Ireland Mr. George L. Jenkins Hugh & Bobbe Kaul* Ms. Pamela Kaul* Fran Lawlor Dr. Bodil Lindin-Lamon* Ms. Hope Long Dr. Michael E. Malone Ms. Louise T. McAvoy* Mrs. Mary Jean Morawetz Mr. Philip Morris Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr.

James L. Newsome Dr. & Mrs. A. I. Perley* Steve & LeAnne Porter Mrs. Carol P. Poynor Mrs. Dorothy L. Renneker* Mr. & Mrs. William M. Spencer, III* Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. Mr. Douglas Arant Stockham Dr. Wendell H. Taylor, Sr.* Mrs. Barbara D. Thorne* Mrs. Carolyn D. Tynes* Mrs. Ann H. “Nancy” Warren* Mrs. Robert Wells Anonymous *Deceased

Mr. William Broughton


Virginia R. Brown

Mr. & Mrs. M. W. Goodwyn, Jr. Daren D. Brown

Phil H. Neal

Virginia Carrington

Gayle Palmer

Dr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock

Mrs. John Cowin

Ms. Dorothy J. Tayloe

Mr. Martin Palmer

Robert Christie

Alice E. Pigman

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balliet

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Helfand

Homer E. Croasmun

Mary K. Reed

Mrs. Theresa Croasmun

Ms. Sandy Rogers

William Featheringill

Carol Reese

Dr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Nading, Jr.

Mr. Richard Sloss & Ms. JoAnne Berlin Birmingham Botanical Gardens Mr. & Mrs. James Wilson, Jr.

Jane Gamble

Mr. Joseph G. Gamble

Bertha S. Ringland

Bill M. Guthrie

Ms. Frances Givhan

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Trafton

Romana M. Simmons

Jane H. Head

Cambridge Study Club Mr. & Mrs. Francis H. Crockard, Jr. Mrs. James H. Emack Ms. Paulette Kamenecka Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Pearce Mr. Henry E. Simpson William R. Hill

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Trafton William D. Holder

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Bailey Sara A. Jones

Mr. M. L. Bierman Haynes Manor Garden Club Frederick W. Kraus

Mrs. Ingrid Kraus

Jim Lombard

Ms. Lisa Hart

Jarman Lowder

Mr. Thomas H. Lowder Teresa Lucas

Flower Show Judges - Council 8 Anne M. Magnus

Mr. Milton M. Magnus, IV

Mary K. McCullough

Ms. Dorothy Drake

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Betty P. Spencer Winyss Shepard

Rev. Alfred Acton Amulet Club of Birmingham Birmingham Botanical Gardens Mr. & Mrs. Gene Boles Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Carruthers, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Merrill Compton, Jr. Ms. Sahra S. Coxe Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Ellenbogen Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Ellis Mrs. John Forney Mr. Everett H. Holle Mrs. Fay B. Ireland Dr. & Mrs. Peter Jander Mr. & Mrs. Henry Laws Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Ms. Michelle Manning Dr. & Mrs. David McGiffin Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Ms. Yikun Schwebel Dr. Richard B. Shepard Dr. & Mrs. Richard Shepard Mr. & Mrs. William M. Slaughter Mr. & Mrs. Steve Tilghman Dr. & Mrs. Marshall Urist Dr. Robert E. Varner & Dr. Pam Varner Mr. & Mrs. James Wilson, Jr. Ms. Jadene Wong UAB Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

Dr. J. Terrell Spencer

Katharine J. Sutherland

Mr. & Mrs. W. Warren B. Rhett

G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

Edith Broughton

memorials memorials

Berynice A. Terrell

Cambridge Study Club Mrs. Jessie Y. Jemison

Hugh Thomson

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock Terese Tonitis

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony DiPiazza Mary Wendorf

Dr. & Mrs. Bob Wendorf Roslyn Wientrob

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Cox, Jr. Patricia Wilens

Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Leroy Woody

Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Prudy Yeates

Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Robert H. Yoe

Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr. Betty C. Yoe

Mr. & Mrs. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr.


G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

honors honors


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John A. Floyd

Mr. & Mrs. Tommy G. Bright

Karen Mitchell

First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove

Anna Gainer

Bill Parsons

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock Fletcher D. Harvey

Cathy C. Adams

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock Bill Baxley

Mr. & Mrs. Hobart A. McWhorter, Jr. Bill Bowron

Dr. & Mrs. Roger Smith Mrs. Emily C. Winburn

Rebecca F. Parsons Carol P. Poynor

Hill & Dale Garden Club Weakly Weeders Garden Club

Mr. & Mrs. Hobart A. McWhorter, Jr.

Henry F. Hughes

Mr. John Shull

Drew Rickel

Blount County Master Gardeners Mrs. Lois Woodward

O. Gordon Robinson

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

George L. Jenkins

Lyna Rogers

Dr. & Mrs. Neal R. Berte

Nan Broughton

Ms. Sandy Rogers

Robert G. Kenan

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Mike Rushing

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Susan Colvin

Ms. Robin Burrell Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miles

Flower Show Judges - Council 8

Jason Kirby

Mr. & Mrs. Tommy G. Bright Forest Park Garden Club

Megan Cooper

Natalie Lee

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Paul Sauer

Ms. Caitlin Gursslin

First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove

Jan Cox

L’Occitane en Provence at Summit

Richard Crew

Sue Ellen Lucas

Thomas Donald

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Gwaltney McCollum

Mr. & Mrs. Hobart A. McWhorter, Jr.

Blount County Master Gardeners

Trudy Evans

James W. McDonnell

Mr. & Mrs. Hobart A. McWhorter, Jr.

First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove Mr. George L. Jenkins

Ms. Sandy Rogers

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Adams Mr. Edumund R. Agee Ms. Alicia Andrews Mr. M. L. Bierman Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence R. Bleiberg Ms. Elna R. Brendel Mr. & Mrs. John Buchanan Ms. Barbara L. Burton Mr. & Mrs. W. Frank Cobb, III The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham Mr. & Mrs. James Cunningham The Daniel Foundation of Alabama Mr. Stewart M. Dansby Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dreher, Sr. Dr. & Mrs. Kyle Echols EGS Commercial Real Estate, Inc. The Fockele Garden Company Drs. Alice & Paul Goepfert Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goodrich Haynes Manor Garden Club Mr. & Mrs. Meredyth R. Hazzard, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Holman Head, Jr.

Anne Silberman

Mr. & Mrs. D.E. Hinshaw

Mrs. Shelley Boockholdt

B. Hanson Slaughter

Mr. J. T. Barnett

Dr. Eugene C. Sherlock

Mr. & Mrs. Hobart A. McWhorter, Jr.

Frederick R. Spicer

Martha C. Walthall

donors donors 11.1.12-12.31.12

Mr. & Mrs. Holman Head HealthSpring Mr. & Mr. Alan Henderson Hill Crest Foundation The Hill-Allison Charitable Lead Trust Mr. & Mrs. Harry L. Hopkins Ms. Marguerite W. Hopkins Mr. Peter A. Hopkins Mr. & Mrs. Hewes Hull IBERIABANK C. Eugene Ireland Foundation Iris Garden Club Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Jones, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. Katholi Mr. & Mrs. Mark Kidd Mr. & Mrs. Sam Knowlton Leaf & Petal Lucille S. Beeson Charitable Trust

Ms. Kim McBride Mike & Gillian Goodrich Charitable Foundation Ms. Becky Moore Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Morgan, Jr. City of Mountain Brook Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Oak View Animal Hospital Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Pierce, Jr. Mr. T. C. Porter Mr. William R. Pradat, Jr. Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Pursell Red Mountain Garden Club Mr. & Mrs. Bruce F. Rogers Rucker & Margaret Agee Fund Mr. & Mrs. Victor C. Sharp

Mrs. Louise G. Smith Dr. & Mrs. Roger Smith Mr. & Mrs. William E. Smith, Jr. Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Stockham Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stukes Mr. & Mrs. Jarred O. Taylor, II TherapySouth Greystone, LLC Vulcan Materials Company W. Frank Cobb Foundation Mrs. Charles B. Webb, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Bob Wendorf Mr. & Ms. Dewey A. White, III Mr. & Mrs. Chris Wilder Dr. & Mrs. James R. Williams Mr. & Mrs. John A. Williamson, Jr. Mrs. & Mr. Mary Williamson Mr. & Mrs. Louis Willie, III

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President $1,000 Mr. Richard M. Adams Ms. Elna R. Brendel Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Elliott Mr. Philip Morris Mr. & Mrs. J. Reese Murray, III Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. William C. Patterson Mrs. Minnie H. Rast Mrs. Brand Walton

Ambassador $500

Ms. Alleen Cater & Dr. Lyle A. Hohnke Mr. & Mrs. Gene Davenport Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Dreher Ms. Peggy Hill Mr. & Mrs. T. Barr Linton Ms. Janet Sharpe Ms. Peggy D. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Fred H. Von Herrmann

Oak $250

Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. Becker Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Broughton, III Dr. & Mrs. H. Cecil Coghlan Mr. & Mrs. Charles Collat Mr. George Daniels Mr. Ken Harris Dr. & Mrs. Jimmie H. Harvey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gene McWilliams Ms. Eugenia McWilliams Dr. & Mrs. Mark L. Miller Mrs. Betsy Miller Mrs. James K.V. Ratliff Mr. & Mrs. Michael Straus Mr. & Mrs. Ingram D. Tynes Beverly VonDer Pool

Magnolia $125

Mr. Edumund R. Agee Mr. Grant Alspaugh Mr. William F. Angell Mr. & Mrs. David Bagley Mrs. Beverly Baum Mr. & Mrs. Tommy G. Bright Mr. & Mrs. Frank Canterbury, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Carroll Mrs. Karen Chapman Dr. & Mrs. Walter D. Clark Sumter & Steve Coleman The Honorable Betty F. Collins Dr. & Mrs. Larry J. Davenport Mr. & Ms. Virgil Edwards Mr. & Mrs. D.N. Franklin, III Ms. Dorrie Fuchs & Mr. Gareth Vaughn Mrs. Yvonne J. Hardy Mr. & Mrs. John L. Hartman, III Mr. Tyler Hooper Ms. Sarah B. Horn Mr. Frank Hrabe

Mr. & Mrs. Kent Keyser Dr. Robert A. Kreisberg Mrs. Ellen Lamb Mr. & Mrs. Jerome K. Lanning Mr. Philippe W. Lathrop & Mrs. Judith S. Crittenden Mr. & Mrs. William M. Lee Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Lee Mr. & Mrs. Jack Lemons Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. McBride, Jr. Mrs. Robert McCalley Ms. Michel McEwen Ms. Emily W. McGowin Mr. & Mrs. James D. Mills Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Monk, Jr. Ms. Connie O’Brien Mrs. Carolyn B. Reed Dr. & Mrs. Howard Schiele Mrs. Margot R. Shaw Mrs. Elizabeth Slive Mr. & Mrs. Neal J. Spangler Mr. & Mrs. John Steiner Mr. & Mrs. Michael Tate Ms. Kathryn Tuggle Dr. Bayard S. Tynes Ms. Wendy Ulrich Dr. & Mrs. Robert T. Underwood Tinsley Van Durand Dr. Alan Vines & Dr. Patti Vines Mr. Elbert S. Walker Mr. Robert Waudby & Ms. Anne C. Waudby Steve & Patti Wood

Hydrangea $60 Morning Glories Garden Club Mr. & Mrs. Blake Alexander Mr. & Mrs. George Andrews Ms. Linda B. Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Winfield Baird Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Bearden Dr. & Mrs. Neal R. Berte Mimi & Charles Bittick Mrs. Jenny Blackmon Mr. & Mrs. Al Blanchard Mrs. Patricia H. Blinn Mr. & Mrs. James A. Bradford Mr. Timothy Brown Mr. Carl Bruner Ms. Hana Burwinkle Ms. Teresa Callaway Mrs. Juliet Calvin Dr. & Mrs. Harold Cannon Bill & Lynn Carter Ms. Janet Cash Mr. & Mrs. James W. Cauthen Mr. & Mrs. Vitaly Charny Ray & Trixie Clark Mr. & Mrs. Corvin Clark Dr. & Mrs. C. Glenn Cobbs Don & Kay Cole Mrs. Jean Condrey Mr. & Mrs. A. Philip Cook, Jr.

Dr. & Mrs. Jeffery B. Cutler Mr. & Mrs. C. Coleman Daniel, II Mr. & Mrs. Jim Dargan Ms. Susan E. Davenport Mrs. Kate H. Degaris Mrs. Suzanne Dickinson Mr. Christopher Doucet Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Durham Ms. Melanie Dykes Mrs. George B. Elliott Mr. & Mrs. George B. Elliott, Jr. Mrs. Clifford Emond Mr. & Mrs. Bill Eubanks Dr. & Mrs. Robert N. Finchum Dr. & Mrs. Keith Fleisher Mrs. Peggy Bonfield & Mr. Orrin Ford Mrs. John Forney Mrs. Peggy M. Fortier Mr. & Mrs. William French, III Dr. Gerald M. Fuller Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Germann Ms. Patricia Gill Mr. & Mrs. Sharp Gillespy, IV Charles & Martha Gorham Ms. Catherine Gross Mr. & Mrs. Joe Hagedorn Ms. Pamela Hanson Mr. & Mrs. James Harris Dr. & Mrs. William K. Hawley Dr. Terry Bierd & Mr. Ben F. Hayley Ms. Christine Heckemeyer Mr. & Mrs. D.E. Hinshaw Mr. & Mrs. Pete Holby Mrs. Mary L. Holt Dr. & Mrs. Raymond Ideker Mrs. Charles W. Ireland Mr.& Mrs. Stewart A. Jackson Mr. George L. Jenkins Mr. Richard Jett Mr. & Mrs. Whit Kennedy Mr. & Mrs. John Killian Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Kindervater Ms. Carol Kirkpatrick Ms. Janet Lauer Mr. & Mrs. Cheney Lawler Mr. & Mrs. Henry Laws Dr. & Mrs. Robert Levin Ms. Anne Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Lindsay Mr. & Mrs. James A. Livingston, III Mr. & Mrs. John A. Long Dr. & Mrs. John M. Lyons Ms. Cynthia MacKercher Mr. & Mrs. Shelby Mackey Mrs. Lexa L. Magnus & Dr. Jonathan Waddell Dr. & Mrs. Michael E. Malone Mr. & Mrs. William F. Martin Ms. Patricia McLaughlin Mrs. Billy R. Mills Mr. & Mrs. Ira C. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. W. Donald Myers Ms. Donnie G. Olis Mrs. Hillary Drummond Palaia Mr. Thomas R. Patchen & Mr. John M. Vintson, Jr. Dr. Donald Patterson

Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Perry, Jr. Ms. Dorothy M. Perry Dr. & Mrs. Paul G. Petznick Hal & Donna Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Carlton P. Pinkerton Dr. Joan Pizitz Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pool Mr. Jack B. Porterfield, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Powell Mr. & Mrs. Bill Prewitt David & Vickie Rader Mr. Mike Randolph Mr. & Mrs. James B. Riddle Ms. Leah F. Scalise Ms. Virginia Scruggs Mrs. Jean Self Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Shaia Mrs. Kathy Sherrer Mr. & Mrs. William Silsbee, Jr. Mr. Henry E. Simpson Mrs. Carole Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Steve Sisson Mrs. Donald H. Slappey, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Smith Dr. W. D. Sockwell & Ms. Deborah J. Long Mrs. Debbie Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Stewart Ms. Mary Stockard Mrs. Deborah K. Strauss Mr. & Mrs. Royal Terrell, Jr. Mrs. Peggy Thompson Mr. & Mrs. George Thompson Mr. & Mrs. William N. Thurman, III Mr. & Ms. Norman B. Tynes Ms. Marcia G. Unger Dr. & Mrs. Will Varnell Dr. Robert E. Varner & Dr. Pam Varner Mr. Frank A. Wagner Ms. Gloria Whisenhunt Ms. June Wiggins Mr. & Mrs. Bill Williams Mr. Steven Hodges & Ms. Janice H. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Frank Williams Murray & Wayne Williamson Mr. & Mrs. James E. Wilson Mr. Gage Woods

Trillium $45 Mrs. & Mr. Addison Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Allen Mrs. Joyce Allred Betsy Barber Bancroft Mr. & Mrs. F. Holden Barnett Mr. Arthur Bracewell Ms. Annette Brady Ms. Lela Anne Brewer Lee A. Broughton Cody & Courtney Brown Mrs. Wallace A. Buchanan Mrs. James J. Bushnell Ms. Suzanne G. Clisby Mrs. Bess Constantine Ms. Judy Courington Mrs. Warren B. Crow, III Mrs. Shirley G. Dawson

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn R. DiNella Mr. David E. Doggett Mr. & Mrs. Harold Doss Mr. & Mrs. David Driver Ms. Annette H. Drummonds Dr. & Mrs. Kyle Echols Ms. & Mr. Laurie M. Elmets Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Evans Mr. Frank Fleming Ms. Rachel S. Fowler Dr. Liesel French & Mr. Will French Mr. & Mrs. Nick Gaede Ms. Valerie Harper Dr. & Mrs. Griff Harsh Ms. Brenda Henson Ms. Nanaline Holt Mrs. Mary Hooks Ms. Judy Jackson Dr. Brian Larson Mr. Edward R. Levin Anne S. Martin Mrs. Ann H. Massey Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Mays Mrs. Inez McCollum Ms. Bess McCrory Mr. & Mrs. Ryan McElroy Ms. Natalie McGee Ms. Catherine McLean Mr. Edward F. Minner Ms. Kimberly Moore Mrs. Marty Mullins Ms. Terri Nelson Ms. Sherilyn Osborne Mr. & Mrs. G. Ruffner Page Mrs. Linda Pair Ms. Sarah Pass Ms. Lea G. Pennington Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Perry Ms. Pat Pierce Ms. Ann S. Pierce Ms. Patty A. Pilkerton Ms. Carolyn Plott Mr. & Mrs. Bruce A. Rawls Ms. Michelle Reynolds Ms. Jean Rhone Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Richards Ms. Maxine Roberts Ms. Dolores D. Rogers Ms. Jeanne Rudzki Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Schach Ms. Linda Sherk Ms. Marilyn Shultz Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Sikes Ms. Carol Slaughter Dr. & Mrs. J. Stephen Spann Mrs. Anne S. Thomas Mrs. Judith F. Thomason Ms. Pam Thompson Mr. Mark Hobson & Dr. Diane Tucker Mrs. Margaret Tucker Mr. Doug Unkenholz Ms. Vicki Walker Mr. Gary Walker Ms. Barbara Waltz Mrs. Betty Warnock Ms. Janet K. Waters Mr. & Mrs. John Watson Ms. Renee West Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Willcox, Jr.

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