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Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens 2014 B oard


D irectors

Hanson Slaughter ������������������������������������ President Brian Barr�������������������������������������� President-Elect Tricia Noble��������������������������������������Past President Scott Walton���������������������������������������������Treasurer Barbara Burton ���������������������������������������� Secretary Houston Gillespy������������������������� VP Development Elizabeth Broughton�������� VP Gardens & Buildings Charles Goodrich����������������������Governance Chair Robert Holmes, Chair of SPACE����������������� Officer (SPACE- Stakeholders, Partnerships & Community Engagement) Beverley Hoyt, Chair of Special Events Committee��������������������������� Officer

There is always something blooming at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Plan your next visit soon! Visit & check out what’s new at The Gardens.

At Large: Cathy Adams Mary Boehm Chris Boles Emily Bowron Maggie Brooke Clarke Gillespy Tricia Holbrook John Hudson John Hurst Turner Inscoe Carl Jones Paul Jones Katy Baker Lasker Kathryn Porter Jeanie Sherlock

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O ur M ission Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens promotes public knowledge of plants, gardens & the environment; & receives, raises & administers resources for these purposes.

Fall Annuals Fall Color

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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Fred Spicer���������������������������������������� Executive Director & CEO Stephanie Banks��������������������������������������������Director of Finance Dawn Coleman�������������������������� Education Activities Specialist Ragan Cox Stone������������������������������Special Events Coordinator Elizabeth Drewry�������������������������������������������������������������Librarian Ellen Hardy��������������������������� Education Program Coordinator Blake Ells����������������������������������� Public Relations Coordinator Jean Frey��������������������������������������������� Director of Development Henry Hughes ����������������������������������������� Director of Education Jason Kirby ������������������������������������Library Assistant & Archivist Andrew B. Krebbs���������� Director of Marketing & Membership Hope Long��������������������������������������Director of Library Services John Manion���������������������������Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator Pam McLeod����������������������������������Donor Services Coordinator Brooke McMinn������������� Plant Adventures Program Specialist Drew Rickel�����������������������������������������Donor Relations Officer Taylor Steele��������������������������������������������Volunteer Coordinator Rona Walters�����������������������������������������������Membership Assistant

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December Camellias Herbs

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:

Hollies Fall Color Poinsettias Winter Annuals

On The Cover More than ???? visitors attended the Fall Plant Sale held on Blount Plaza.

Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Editor, Andrew B. Krebbs, director of marketing & membership 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 Jan/Feb issue is November 15.

I find inspiration in many places, including our rich living collections and their beautiful settings. In them I see the promises of growth and development, and the opportunities for diverse people and families to gather, sit, stroll, learn, relax, enjoy and make memories.

Save t he Date

Saturday, November 15 • 10-3 p.m.

Volunteerism inspires me, too. Last year, over 1,200 volunteers gave of 28,000 hours to The Gardens. That amounts to more than 14 full-time staff positions, and over $650,000 in in-kind support. I’m humbled every day by such devotion. It’s unforgettable.

Alabama Designer Craftsmen Fall Show November 8 & 9

Choose your free plant from four different plants selected by Executive Director/CEO Fred Spicer.

Achievements like these are only possible with your help – and the more you do, the more we can do. So I’m respectfully asking you to do more if you’re able to do so. How? Give us more volunteer hours. Move up a membership level or two. Give memberships as gifts. Make a charitable year-end donation – or a bigger one! Remember us in your estate planning, and please let us know so that your dedication can be an inspiration to others.

Member Plant Giveaway November 14 & 15

Stop by the First Floor Adventures Classroom in the Garden Center to pick up your free plant.

I’m also inspired by the various public programs we produce each year and the tens of thousands of people we engage. You can read about all of them in our most recent summary at education, but one tidbit I’m tremendously proud of is that more than 98% of the 14,000 children who participated in our education and other public programs did so completely free of charge. And that number has been at or above 95% for more than five years. Please read that report! It will take fifteen minutes of your time and I promise you will be surprised (and maybe more than just a little bit proud).

Lastly, as we wind down the calendar on this, our 50th year, we’re deeply grateful for all the support we have received in 2014, and to the individuals, businesses, foundations and organizations who have provided it. I hope The Gardens continues to inspire you.

See you in The Gardens,

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Abetwo’ INCREDIBALL® smooth hydrangea

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Free Plant

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Dear Friends:


Friday, November 14 • 9-4:30 p.m.

Limit one plant per membership.

Dirt Dash Fun Run November 15 Southern Tales November 16 Red Mountain Garden Club Greenery Sale December 3

No rainchecks. This year’s selection includes: Buxus sempervirens ‘Dee Runk’ Common boxwood cultivar Cupressus arizonica ‘Blue Ice’ Arizona cypress cultivar Deutzia ’NCDX1’ Yuki Snowflake™ deutzia

Fred Spicer Executive Director & CEO

Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon December 4

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Abetwo’ INCREDIBALL® smooth hydrangea



proudly presents

Art, Jewelry & Antiques You Made Our Night!

On October 2, Birmingham Botanical Gardens kicked off Antiques at The Gardens presented by IBERIABANK with Sterne Agee’s Gala in The Gardens. The annual black-tie event was reinvigorated for its ninth year, welcoming more than 500 guests to shop Alabama’s premiere antiques show. Guests made their way to Blount Plaza as the evening concluded, dancing to the sounds of the Atlanta Pleasure Band and enjoying desserts. View all of the photos from Gala in The Gardens at

Board President Hanson Slaughter & Melissa Slaughter

Carl & Ann Jones

Sybil Sylvestor & Shane Connolly


Photographs courtesy Dee Moore Photography.

Elizabeth & Tom Broughton

Maggie & Will Brooke

David Williams, Barbara Burton (chair), Bill & Lyndra Daniel (honorees), Katie Baker Lasker (chair), Jim Lasker

Gala in The Gardens

Steward Machine Co., Inc. Wade Sand & Gravel Company, Inc. Janet & Scott Wilson Louise & John Wrinkle Anonymous

Wildflower Lecture Sponsor

Dahlia Mr. Joseph Blount Dr. & Mrs. Derrill Crowe Camellia

Alabama Power Brasfield & Gorrie Protective Life Corporation Miller Event Rentals


Altec Worldwide, LLC Birmingham Coca Cola Bottling Co. Burr & Forman LLP Leo Kayser, III Mr. & Mrs. Jon Kimerling Medical Properties Trust, Inc. O’Neal Industries ServisFirst Bank


BHK Investment Advisors, LLC Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Will & Maggie Brooke Barbara Lovelace Burton Cobbs Allen Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Coleman Davis Wholesale Florist, Inc. DeSHAZO Dunn-French Foundation Fay B. Ireland Dr. & Mrs. Price Kloess Dr. & Mrs. James C. Lasker Motion Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Noble, III John & Nancy Poynor Mr. & Mrs. Bruce F. Rogers William & LaVona Rushton Mr. & Mrs. William M. Slaughter Starnes Davis Florie LLP Joan & Stan Starnes

Mr. & Mrs. S. Allen Baker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Harold Bissell Mrs. Frances Dean Blount John & Mena Brock Charlie Brown Camille Butrus Molly & John Carter Mr. & Mrs. Lange Clark Mr. & Mrs. Reaves Monroe Crabtree Stewart M. Dansby Hubert W. Goings, Jr. Joy & Beau Grenier Dr. & Mrs. Jimmie H. Harvey, Jr. Camelia & Robert Holmes Mallie M. Ireland Mrs. Thomas E. Jernigan, Sr. Rick & Barrett Brock MacKay Kim & George Matthews Dorothy & Al Naughton Penny & Ruffner Page Carol & Wilmer Poynor ProAssurance Corporation Melissa & Hanson Slaughter Nancy & Murray Smith Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. & Kim McBride Mr. & Mrs. Jesse R. Taylor, III Thompson Tractor Co. Judge & Mrs. Scott Vowell Welch Hornsby, Inc.


Architecture Works, LLP Shannon & Bill Blount Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Brown, Jr. Tara & Jim Bryant Phil & Karen Carroll Mary Carolyn and Mel Cleveland Jim & Anna Cooper First Commercial Bank Mr. & Mrs. Clarke Gillespy Ellen & Houston Gillespy Maura & Will Goodwyn David B. Hezlep Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Ireland, II Will & Sally Legg Nancy & Nim Long Luckie & Company Kathy G Mezrano; Kathy G & Company Mac M. Moorer Mr. & Mrs. William C. Patterson Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Patton

James & Kathryn Porter Nancy Price Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Shaia Dr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock Dr. & Mrs. David H. Sibley Garland & Lathrop Smith Dr. & Mrs. J. Roger Smith Mr. & Mrs. John S. Steiner Albert & Betty Tully Pam & Ed Varner

Patron’s Committee

Chairs Sally & Brad Baker Cathy & Jimmie Harvey Drue & John Miller Peggy & Conrad Rafield


Special thanks to our generous supporters of Antiques at The Gardens.

Presenting Sponsor

Frank & Amy Ager Rex & Carol Alexander Dr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Amason, Jr. Joe & Angelia Brady Margaret & Will Brooke, Jr. Will & Maggie Brooke Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Broughton, III Brian & Lauren Burgess Ragan Cain Dr. & Mrs. Lee Carter Mr. & Mrs. John W. Chambliss Joy & Lee Cooper Mr. & Mrs. J. Patrick Darby Mr. & Mrs. C. Hartwell Davis, Jr. Alan & Patsy Dreher Richard & Helen Drennen Mr. Daniel E. Drennen, III Dr. & Mrs. Robert & Stephanie Eichelberger Jean S. Frey Stella K. Grenier Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence S. Hawley Hulsey Garden Design Inc. William & Millie Hulsey Kelli & Norman Jetmundsen Laide Karpeles Dr. & Mrs. Raleigh B. Kent, III Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Lucas Janet & Matt Lusco Mr. & Mrs. Reid Lynch George Gambrill Lynn Terri & John Lyon Dr. & Mrs. David Smyth McKee, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Don Menendez Mr. & Mrs. John D. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Richard I. Pigford, Jr. Goode Price, III Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Rafield Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Rediker Mabry & Jeanne Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Robert Spotswood Marcia & Jar Twitty Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Vann Mr. & Mrs. Steve Varner Kitty C. White & Tryg Hoff


V o lu n t e e r s

Volunteer Spotlight

Taylor Steele, volunteer coordinator

Volunteers Bring Style, Beauty and Creativity to the Garden Center Lobby Every week, a new palette Gardens’ lobby, courtesy of creative volunteers involved Project, supported by the Association.

of color transforms The a group of talented and with the Lobby Flowers Redmont Neighborhood

The Gardens are about plants and flowers, so it makes sense to promote the appreciation of plants through the creative school of floral design in the Garden Center lobby. William Wong and Zhaleh McCullers are two of the talented volunteers who bring beauty and color to our arrival area. William Wong spends most of his workday assisting people with mailing their packages around the world, but at least once a month he shares his talent of floral design and arrangement by creating stunning arrangements for the lobby. Mr. Wong stated that he enjoys the process of creating an arrangement just as much as the finished product. His style is best described as clean and proportionate. Influenced by his love for the art of Ikebana - a style of arrangement that often emphasizes other areas of the plant, such as its stems and leaves - draws emphasis toward shape, line and form. Though Ikebana has some open tenets of creative expression, it does maintain certain rules governing its expression. Zhaleh McCullers

William Wong Zhaleh McCullers’s arrangements come from her love of art in any form. She believes the traits of creativity and the imagination within the artist can turn anything in our environment into art. Zhaleh lives by the belief that you create arrangements through your house at any time (she has a bowl of fruit and vegetables on display in her kitchen every week). Zaleh’s interest in flower arranging started over 26 years ago, and was influenced by her husband’s grandmother, Mrs. Aileen Kelly. Whenever they found a Sunday afternoon free, they would drive through the countryside picking wildflowers. Zhaleh recalled they always picked enough to create an arrangement upon their return home Zhaleh has always loved using Queen Anne’s lace in her arrangements. She says, “They are so delicate, beautiful, and go with everything.” Zhaleh believes her style is an eclectic and carefree look with a more monochromatic theme. “If I want to create an elegant, timeless, and sophisticated look, I go with roses and make a robe ball with no other filler except leaves or baby’s breath.” Other areas where Zhaleh’s creative talents are expressed are in her interest in designing one-of-a-kind beaded jewelry and interior decorating. We’re fortunate to have a team of wonderful and talented volunteers like William and Zhaleh that share their passion and gift for floral design with us every week.


Thank you William and Zhaleh!

L i b r a ry

A rt i st D i splay M ain A rt G allery N ov e m b e r & D e c e m b e r

Charlotte Holder Opening Reception: November 7, 5:30-7:30 pm

News from the Archives & Rare Book Room By Jason Kirby, library assistant & archivist

We are very excited to announce a new addition to The Archives and Rare Book Room in honor of Carl Frederick Mattil (1933-2007): three Victory Garden posters. These three vintage posters cover the time period from War World I to War World II. Each poster has beautiful illustrations and are like taking a walk back in time; they show the importance of gardening, stretching resources and the strength of our military. Each poster makes you very proud to be an American and a gardener, and shows the American resolve to push forward in times of crises. Mattil was the City Horticulturalist who ran The Gardens before it had an official director. He was also a military veteran and loved his vegetable garden. He retired as the Director of Horticulture and Urban Forestry for the City of Birmingham where he was employed for over 34 years.

Gerlach Plant Information Center Display for the months of November & December:

Holiday Tablescapes

Library Hours of Operation Monday - Friday | 9 - 4 p.m. Saturday | 10 - 4 p.m. Sunday | 2 - 5 p.m. 205.414.3920

Thyme to Read â—„ November 4: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon

December 2: â–ş The Roots of My Obsession by Thomas Cooper

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 & CEO

In our area, Japanese maples offer dependable and beautiful fall color that peaks in mid- to late November. In addition, they are generally pest-free and surprisingly drought tolerant once established. The inherent genetic variability in the species, Acer palmatum, is staggering and 1,000+ cultivars have been selected over its centuries-long cultivated history. Dozens—if not hundreds—can be found in the retail and mail order trade and differences in size and form make them indispensable in almost every garden. This surfeit makes writing anything less than an encyclopedia inadequate (and for those please visit our library!), thus this focus on one of my favorites, which is an excellent performer at The Gardens. ‘Katsura’ is a older selection of Acer palmatum, apparently named for the Katsura Imperial Villa in Kyoto, Japan; it may have originated on those grounds or been given the name as a deserved honorific. In any case, it is a spectacular large-growing form of the species that was selected for the brilliant color change of its newly-emerging leaves in spring. A number of cultivars have been developed for such characteristics. And with flowers that are


not obviously ornamental, why not? After all, leaves last much longer than flowers do. In early spring, usually mid-March for us here, ‘Katsura’ leaves emerge a dusky orange (above left), distinctly different from typical red- or green-leafed varieties. As the stems quickly elongate, the leaves turn deep yellow suffusing to reddish-orange at the margins (above right and lower left). Soon after, the entire leaf goes to brilliant chartreuse, lighting up any setting (upper left). Finally, as the growing season heats up, the leaves turn a medium-green, showing no hint of what occurred earlier. The entire changeover happens in about a six weeks. In fall, the color change happens almost in reverse before the final show of intense orange-red, with orange-yellow highlights (below left). Different sources list ‘Katsura’ as growing to different sizes, but my research (and experience) indicates that this is a small tree form, wider than tall, with a dome-shaped habit to 25’ tall and maybe more over time. A final caveat regarding what the literature says about Japanese maples: sizes and growth rates are larger and faster, respectively, in the southeastern US than in the northwestern US, Europe and Japan, and much of the literature emanates from the latter three locations.

Classes, Field Trips & Volunteer Opportunities


SHRUBS – Plant Shrubs, trees, and vines.

LAWNS – Some owners like lawn paints. Have you thought about having a green lawn this winter? Use proper herbicide to kill germinating winter weeds.

ROSES – Get rose plantings underway. Use a soil test as a basis for fertilization. Look for new varieties.

ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS – Plant hardy annuals such as larkspur, poppies, pansies, anchusa, and candytuft. Get sweet peas into the ground.

BULBS – Continue spring bulb planting. Put lilies of the valley in a shady place.

MISCELLANEOUS – Plant screen plantings for privacy on the patio.

VEGETABLE SEED – Plant cabbage and lettuce in the coldframe.

Registration & further information about the program, including course descriptions & certificate requirements, can be found at or call 205.414.3950.

E d u c at i o n

Certificate in Native Plant Studies

The Dynamic Autumn Forest (elective) Instructor: Henry Hughes Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, November 15 | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members Alabama’s Amazing Ecology (core) Instructor: Scot Duncan, Ph.D. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, November 22 | 8:30 - 4:30 p.m. $80 Members | $90 Non-Members Understanding Botanical Names (elective) Instructor: John Manion Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, December 6 |12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. $40 Members | $45 Non-Members Introduction to Botany (core) Instructor: Tom Diggs, Ph.D. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, December 13 | 8:30 - 4:30 p.m. $80 Members | $90 Non-Members

December •

SHRUBS – Planting is still the main activity but delay in case of freezing weather.

LAWNS – Control wild garlic, chickweed, Poa annua, dandelion, and other weeds. Read label on each can of weed killer used.

ROSES – Add plants to rose garden. Mulch all plantings.

ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS – Plant hardy annual seed without delay. Have you tried violas?

BULBS – Continue spring bulb planting.

MISCELLANEOUS – Shrubs, trees, and indoor plants make excellent holiday gifts.

Courtesy of

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


E d u c at i o n

classes classes

adult&family KI CK OFF f or the

JU N IOR MAS TE R GAR DEN ER P ROG RAM Saturday, November 15

9 - noon • Exploration Classroom in the Garden Center Teacher: Julie Danley Learn more about the Junior Master Gardener Program. We’ll share examples of what kids will be doing and how much fun it is to get involved!

Photography Class: Memorable Images Instructor: Hank Siegel November 8 & 15 | 9 – noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $100 members | $120 non-members Wonderful Wreaths Instructor: Bradley Gilbert Location: Birmingham Botanical Garden Sunday, November 9 | 2 – 4 p.m. $15 Members | $20 Non-Members Photography Class: Seasonal Series Instructor: Hank Siegel November 22 | 9 – noon. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $65 members | $75 non-members

For more information contact Hope Long, director of library services, at





Woodland in a Jar Instructor: Brooke McMinn & John Manion Saturday, November 22 | 1- 2:30 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Members $15 | Non-members $20 Photography Class: Memorable Images Instructor: Hank Siegel December 6 & 13 | 9 – noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $100 members | $120 non-members

Children’s classes

Kitschy Christmas Instructor: Bradley Gilbert Location: Birmingham Botanical Garden Sunday, December 14 | 2 – 4 p.m. $15 Members | $20 Non-Members

November & Native Americans For children age 5 and above Instructor: Robin Geurs Sunday, November 9 | 2 - 4 p.m. Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $12 members | $15 non-members

A Few of My Favorite Things Instructor: Bradley Gilbert Location: Birmingham Botanical Garden Sunday, January 11 | 2 – 4 p.m. $15 Members | $20 Non-Members


To register visit or call 205.414.3950.

American Girl™ Girls Just Like Me: Festival of Trees For children age 5 and above Instructor: Robin Geurs Sunday, December 7 for | 2 -waitlist. 4 p.m. Call 205.414.3950 Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $12 members | $15 non-members


To register visit or call 205.414.3950.

N OVEMBER 16 2 p.m.

The Lady With All The Answers by David Rambo

drawn from the life and letters of Ann Landers with the cooperation of Margo Howard

performed by Dolores Hydock Before there was Oprah, before there was Dr. Laura or Judge Judy, there was Ann Landers. For decades, the renowned advice columnist answered countless letters from lovelorn teens, confused couples, and a multitude of others in need of advice. No topic was off-limits, including housekeeping au naturel, sports equipment in the boudoir, and other hot topics. But whatever the subject, Landers always regaled Ann Landers her readers with direct, insightful, and often humorously honest responses. Dolores Hydock stars in the one-woman play, where we find Ann Landers in her Chicago apartment, struggling to write the column that would become one of the most famous she would ever compose. Come spend an evening with the woman who seemed like family to millions of readers who had breakfast with her -- or at least her advice -- every morning.







Dolores Hydock

THE LADY WITH ALL THE ANSWERS is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

Tickets may be purchased at or call 205.414.3950.

Not suitable for children


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

As of October 26, 2014

Chairman Level Louise D. Johnson Advisor Level Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Jones, Jr. Benefactor Level

Mr. Richard M. Adams Ms. Elna R. Brendel Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. T. Michael Goodrich Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer S. Poynor, III Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. South, III Southern Progress Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stukes Mr. & Mrs. John A. Williamson, Jr.

Patron Level

Ann & Angelo Bruno Foundation Mr. & Mrs Brian Barr Mr. & Mrs. John G. Brock Mrs. Camille H. Butrus Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Bob de Buys Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Fletcher Mr. & Mrs. Houston Gillespy Mr. & Mrs. Jon Kimerling Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Rucker & Margaret Agee Fund Mr. & Mrs. B. Hanson Slaughter Mr. & Mrs. John N. Wrinkle Anonymous

The gift shop at Birmingham Botanical Gardens features a great selection of décor and gifts for the home & garden. Selections include: stationery, jewelry, botanical arrangements, garden items, containers, children’s toys, furniture and home décor. All members of The Gardens receive a 10% discount off of purchases.

HOURS Monday –Saturday 9:30 - 5:30 p.m. Sunday 1 - 4 p.m.


As of October 26, 2014 Mr. & Mrs. Edgar G. Aldridge Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balliet Ms. Camille A. Becker Mrs. Lucille S. Beeson * Peggy Bonfield & Orrin Ford D. Joseph & Ida C. Burns * Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland Suzanne G. Clisby Mrs. Martha Stone Cobb Daniel * The Daniel Foundation of Alabama The Dunn-French Family Dr. John D. Elmore* Mrs. Claire H. Fairley* Mr. F. Lewter Ferrell, Jr. * Mr. R.R. Herbst *


Mrs. Jimmie Hess * Mr. J. Ernest Hill & Mrs. Ora Lee Hill * Fay B. Ireland Mr. George L. Jenkins Hugh & Bobbe Kaul * Ms. Pamela Kaul * Andrew Krebbs Fran Lawlor Dr. Bodil Lindin-Lamon* 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 * Deborah & John Sellers 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

Gifts received between

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Louise C. Bailey Dr. & Mrs. John T. Eagan, Sr.

Catherine C. Crow Ms. Gwen Cochran

Homer T. Montgomery Mr. & Mrs. C. Eugene Boles

Dale J. Carruthers Mr. & Mrs. William P. Acker, III Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Ager Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Bainbridge, Jr. Mrs. J. W. Bledsoe, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Herschel Bloom Mrs. Joanne D. Blyde Ms. Nancy Brower Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A.R. Callahan Ms. Susan Doss Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Staff Mr. & Mrs. Fournier J. Gale, III Mr. & Mrs. Sam Gaston Mr. & Mrs. Clarke H. Gillespy Mr. & Mrs. Will Hancock Mr. David C. Hannan Mrs. John G. Harrell Mr. & Mrs. Philip C. Jackson, Jr. Jemison Investment Company, Inc. Mr. George L. Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Rhett Loveman Mr. & Mrs. John J. McMahon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George D. H. McMillan, Jr. Mrs. Sarah B. Neal Mrs. Ethel N. Owen Ms. Virginia C. Patterson Ms. Cathy Randall Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. & Ms. Kim McBride Mr. & Mrs. Temple W. Tutwiler, III Mr. & Mrs. N. Thomas Williams

Mary B. Elmore Mrs. J. W. Bledsoe, Jr.

Rhonda Odom Ms. Kasey Boyd Mr. & Mrs. James F. Dixon, III Jones Family Fund L. Kianoff & Associates Ms. Kim Maye Mr. G. A. Odom Southern Classic Food Group, LLC

Mary Couch Mrs. Jessie Y. Jemison

Betty J. Hodges Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Bromberg, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Fletcher Felix Hoke Mrs. Jessie Y. Jemison

James H. Olive Mr. John T. McGill

Vivian A. Hutto Mrs. John Forney Patty W. Johnson Murray & Wayne Williamson Simmie & Leo Kayser Mr. Leo Kayser, III Becky Kreutz Belle Meade Garden Club Gordon D. Martin Alabama Power Company Alabama Power Company Security Alabama Power Risk Services Alabama Shakespeare Festival Balch & Bingham LLP Mr. & Mrs. David Cox Mike & Carolyn Edwards Ms. Teresa Minor Ms. Catherine J. Randall Ms. Sandra Robinson Mr. Glenn Shaull Mr. Richard Teague Mr. & Mrs. William E. Zales Jerry W. Miklic Mr. & Mrs. Earl Trafton

Austin M. Price Mr. & Mrs. James M. Price Eugenia G. Schanbacher Mr. & Mrs. C. Adrian Bewley Mr. & Mrs. J.S.M. French Mr. A.H. Gaede, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William C. Hulsey Mrs. Thomas M. Pearce Doris Walton Art Meripol Photography Mr. Jason Burnett Ms. Shaun A. Chavis Mr. Gary Clark Anonymous Mrs. Susan Dobbs Mr. & Mrs. John L. Feagin, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James S. Gibson Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Griffin Ms. Martha Johnston Mr. & Mrs. Curtis O. Liles, III Mr. Philip A. Morris Mr. & Mrs. Clayton M. Nordan Mr. & Mrs. Dan Schumacher

honors honors

The 1988 Project Committee of Birmingham Botanical Gardens The Honorable & Mrs. Melford O. Cleveland

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Mary Carolyn G. Cleveland Ms. Anne E. Bolton

Gifts received between

Frances D. Blount Mr. & Mrs. William H. Blount, Jr.

John Manion Birmingham Fern Society

Jane C. Wilson Anonymous Mrs. Joanne D. Blyde Mr. & Mrs. C. Eugene Boles Ms. Mimi Boston Mr. & Mrs. Tipton Bradford Dr. & Mrs. Craig Christopher Dr. & Mrs. John G. Classe Ms. Susan Colvin Mr. & Mrs. N. Lee Cooper Ms. Jean Cox Ms. Cynthia Drake Mr. & Mrs. Wayne A. Farris Mr. & Mrs. G.R. Fernambucq Mr. & Mrs. Craig Fravert Mr. & Mrs. Phil Friend Ms. Margaret Fritsma Mrs. Linda Grissom Mr. & Mrs. Joe Haynes Mr. & Mrs. A. Gerow Hodges Mr. & Mrs. Pete Holby Ms. Maura Horton Dr. Susan Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Don Lowden Dr. & Mrs. Barry W. Martin Ms. Jeannine McElroy Mr. & Mrs. A. Stephen Meadows Mr. Glenn Peoples, Sr. Dr. & Mrs. Donald H. Slappey, Jr. Mrs. Juanita Smith Ms. Louella L. Stinson Mr. & Mrs. James F. Sulzby, III Mr. & Mrs. Crawford L. Taylor, Jr.

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

memorials memorials

If we have inadvertently left your name out or incorrectly listed you, please accept our apologies and contact Drew Rickel, donor relations officer, at 205.414.3955 or

Patricia J. Noble Mr. & Mrs. Norman Jetmundsen, Jr. Jeanie Sherlock Mr. & Mrs. Norman Jetmundsen, Jr. Louise A. Wrinkle Mr. Alan K. Zeigler George J. Zary Mr. Clayton Richard


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7. 1. 14- 8. 31.1 4 Mr. & Mrs. Rex Alexander Mr. & Mrs. C. Matthew Lusco Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Baker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Brian Barr Dr. & Mrs. David S. McKee, Jr. City of Birmingham Melissa W. Clark & B. Hanson Slaughter Mr. & Mrs. William H. Blount, Jr. Family Foundation Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama Mr. & Mrs. Donald Y. Menendez Mr. & Mrs. William Brooke Mr. & Mrs. John D. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. Burgess Motion Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Cain Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Carroll, III Mr. & Mrs. John P. North, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Lee Carter Mr. & Mrs. Donald Patton Mr. & Mrs. John W. Chambliss Mr. & Mrs. Goode Price, III The Honorable & Mrs. Melford O. Cleveland Ms. Nancy Price Mr. & Mrs. Robert Collins ProAssurance Corporation Mr. Stewart M. Dansby Quark Entertainment LA LLC “Flip My Food” Mr. & Mrs. J. P. Darby Mr. & Mrs. Bruce F. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. C. Hartwell Davis, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Mabry Rogers Diamond Tours, Inc. ServisFirst Bank Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Drennen Dr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Edwards Mr. & Mrs. B. Hanson Slaughter Dr. & Mrs. Robert P. Eichelberger Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith Elmore Charitable Unitrust Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. South, III Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. Frederick R. Spicer & Ms. Kim McBride Mrs. John Forney Sterne Agee Ms. Jean S. Frey Mr. & Mrs. Russell R. Stutts, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Houston Gillespy Mr. & Mrs. Bo Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Hubert W. Goings, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Twitty Mr. & Mrs. T. Michael Goodrich Anne Varner Mr. David B. Hezlep Dr. Robert E. Varner & Dr. Pam Varner Dr. & Mrs. Duncan Hulsey Mr. & Mrs. Steve Varner Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Ireland, II Mrs. Kitty C. White & Mr. Tryg Hoff Ms. Mallie M. Ireland Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Williamson Jemison Investment Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. W. Scott Wilson, Jr. Mrs. Thomas E. Jernigan, Sr. Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Norman Jetmundsen, Jr. Mrs. Leo M. Karpeles, Jr. Mr. Leo Kayser III Dr. & Mrs. Raleigh B. Kent, III Dr. & Mrs. Price Kloess If we have inadvertently left your name out or incorrectly Leaf & Petal listed you, please accept our apologies and contact Mr. & Mrs. Nimrod Long, III Drew Rickel, donor relations officer, at 205.414.3955 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lee Lucas or

Gifts to The Library at

Birmingham Botanical Gardens July-September 2014 Maureen A. Crow in memory of Catherine C. Crow Horticulture Study Garden Club in memory of founding members Virginia Benton, Evelyn Boone, and Ruth Schatz and in honor of founding member, Ginny Lusk. Creative Study Garden Club in memory of Claude Ingram Trussville Library (Emily Tish) in honor of Sallie Lee Sprig O’Holly Garden Club in honor of Fletcher Harvey

Bernadine Faulkner Lisa Markham James O. Finney Margaret Bish Stephanie Banks Vasha Rosenblum Mike Rushing Carol Ogle

President $1,000

Ms. Olivia Alison Mrs. Frances D. Blount Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowron, Jr. Ms. Peggy Hill Mr. and Mrs. C. Phillip McWane Dr. and Mrs. Mike Rushing Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Thompson

Ambassador $500-999 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abroms Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bainbridge, Jr. Ellen and Fred Blackmon Mr. and Mrs. William Brooke Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Carroll III Ms. Susan Colvin Mrs. Megan Cooper Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hulsey Dr. Nancy Johns and Mr. John D. Johns Mr. Nathaniel L. Self Dr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Sherlock Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Zivitz

Oak $250-499

Collier’s Nursery Ms. Sandie Brown Forsyth Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Chazen Ms. Carole H. Cobb Dr. and Mrs. Merrill Compton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Cunningham, III Dr. and Mrs. William H. Dodson Ken Harris and Tom Creger Ms. Jeanne L. Jackson and Dr. Mark Lester Mrs. Jenelle Jones Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Katholi Coke & Maria Matthews Mr. and Mrs. John M. Musgrave Ms. Virginia C. Patterson Mrs. Thomas M. Pearce Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pryor Mr. and Mrs. E. Mabry Rogers Drs. Stephen G. Rostand and Katherine S. Rostand Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Vevle Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wahlheim, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lawrence Whatley

Magnolia $125-249 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aland Mr. and Mrs. John H. Beeler, Jr. Kelly and Bobby Boone Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Byrne Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cohn Mr. and Mrs. Doug Coltharp Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Cox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Daniel Dr. and Mrs. Brian Davies Dr. and Mrs. Max L. Davis Mr. and Mrs. James Delk Ms. Susan Dominick Mrs. Mary S. Durant Mr. and Mrs. James Ehl Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Faust Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Forman, III Mrs. Toula Fulford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goettge

Mrs. Barbara S. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Gross Mrs. Carmen B. Habeeb Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hazelrig Mrs. Linda S. Herren Mrs. Richard C. Hillhouse Ms. Margi Ingram Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kamplain Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Key Mrs. Beverly Kimes Mrs. Sandra Lawler Mr. Henry Sharpe Lynn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Mahlke Mr. and Mrs. Willard McCall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve P. Morton Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Murray Mr. Goode Price, III Dr. Firoz Rahemtulla Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rives Dr. Loring Rue III Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Rushton Dr. Merle M. Salter and Dr. Paul P. Salter Carl Sanders, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Settle Mr. James Sokol and Lydia Cheney Mrs. Carol O. Sommers Mr. and Mrs. Weily Soong Mr. and Mrs. W. Stancil Starnes Dr. Linda J. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Stutts Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Thompson Mr. Steve Todd and Mr. Ben Henry Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Tucker Ms. Vivian Tucker Mrs. Alecia Warnock Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A.S. Wilson Mr. Alan K. Zeigler

Hydrangea $60-124 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Allsbrook Mr. and Mrs. John Alsbrooks Mr. and Mrs. James A. Anderson,II Dr. and Mrs. Gene V. Ball Mr. Brian L. Bellenger Mr. and Mrs. C. Adrian Bewley Dr. and Mrs. William M. Bishop Mrs. J. W. Bledsoe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian F. Bloodworth Ms. Virginia Boliek Dr. James Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Brinkley Ms. Tina Brown Mr. and Mrs. Dean Burgess Mr. and Mrs. John D. Carney, III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clemmons Mrs. Linda Cohn Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Colvin, III Mr. and Mrs. Marc Corsini Mr. Ralph Daily Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis Mrs. Joan Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiPiazza Mrs. Sue Dixon Ms. Geraldine P. Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Dunn Dr. and Mrs. John T. Eagan, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Edwards Dr. and Mrs. George V. Eisenhart Ms. Lisa Ennis Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Eskew

Mr. and Mrs. D. Lawrence Faulkner Mrs. Lynne Faulstich Dr. Rosemary H. Faust Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson Lloyd and Jennifer Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Denson N. Franklin III Ms. Margaret Fritsma Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaskin, III Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Gerald Ms. Linda Gilliam Mrs. Mary Rose Gray Mr. and Mrs. James Hard Ms. Nancy C. Hayley Mrs. Shirley Haynesworth Mrs. Howard J. Helzberg Mr. and Mrs. Danny Herrin Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Hines Dr. John B. Hodo Mrs. Eve W. Holloway Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Hoomes Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hornsby Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunn Mr. and Mrs. J. Fredric Ingram Dr. and Mrs. James Isobe Mrs. Betty Jackson and Ginger Jackson Ms. Ginger Jackson Mr. James M. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson Dr. and Mrs. James C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. C. Guy Jones Mrs. Georgia Kearney Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kiell Dr. Cheryl Killingsworth and Mr. James McMinn Mrs. Wayne W. Killion, Sr. Mrs. Patricia King Mr. and Mrs. Tom King, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Koehler Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Land Ms. Frances H. Lawlor Mrs. Natalie Lee Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Lewis Dr. Julie Locher Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. London Mr. Don B. Long and Dr. Marianna Long Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lowery Ms. Cynthia Malloy Dr. and Mrs. John A. Maloof, Jr. Ms. Sylvia Martin Bill and Melinda Mathews Mrs. Linda P. McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. McFadden Mr. and Mrs. David McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. McPhillips Ms. Ellen Melville Mr. and Mrs. Ken L. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Michalove Mr. and Mrs. John D. Moore Dr. and Mrs. Constantine Morros Dr. Curt Newell and Dr. Sara Lynn Newell Mr. and Mrs. Alex Newton Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Odrezin Dr. Shin Oh & Dr. Kim Oh Mr. and Mrs. Jim Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Jackson M. Payne Dr. Susan Phillips and Dr. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. David Philpot Mr. and Mrs. David R. Pittman Mrs.Susan Greene Pitts Ms. Laura D. Pointer Mrs. Carol Prater

Memberships received between

7 .1 .1 4 -8 .3 1 .1 4 Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Price Ms. Gloria Randolph William & Barbara Ranieri Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rhoden Drs. William S. Craig IV and Martha Anne Rich Mr. and Mrs. James L. Richardson Dr. and Mrs. David Roberts, IV Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Ludolf H. Roell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Roth Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubin Mrs. Goodloe Rutland Mrs. Susana Schavey Mr. Allen Small Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Smith Mrs. Caroline Smith Ms. Mary Frances Stayton Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Stein Mrs. Bernard S. Steiner Ms. Jamie Stephenson and Mr. David Shelby Cris and Barbara Stone Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tevendale Mr. and Mrs. James L. Thompson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Gray Thuston Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Urist Ms. Nancy Walburn and Ms. Meg Bashinsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Waldrop Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Walker Mrs. Warner S. Watkins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Weed Mr. and Mrs. John W. Weiss Ruth Williams Ms. Pamela G. Winfield Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Worthen Ms. Linda F. Xia

Trillium $45-59

Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Aldag, Jr. Mrs. Martha D. Anderton Ms. Linda C. Askey Ms. Jeanne Averhart Mrs. Mary Babbit Ms. Joni Barnett Mrs. Joan Becker Ms. Karen Callaway Dr. Laura Cotlin Mr. John A. Cross Ms. Maureen Crow Mrs. Margaret Dangler Dr. Eleanor M. DelBene Mr. and Mrs. Albert DiMicco Mr. Nathan Dreger Mrs. William W. Featheringill Mrs. Beverly Fleming Ms. Janice Fleming Mrs. Joann Fox Ms. Lyn Frazer Ms. Marie Garner Mrs. Johnie Gieger Mrs. Becky Greenlee Ms. Gwendolyn Griffin Ms. Mitzie Hall Ms. Kathryn F. Harwell Ms. Carol A. Hobby Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurley Ms. Lectora K. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Leland Keller Ms. Lucy H. Kennedy Dr. Sara A. Lester and Mr. James C. Lester Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Lightfoot, Sr. Mrs. George F. Maynard

Ms. Karen McCaffery Ms. Meg Moore Ms. Sylvia Morton Ms. Mitchie Neel Mrs. and Mr. Mary Jo Nicastro Mr. Jason Noah Mrs. Denise Obert Mrs. Dinah O’Sullivan Mrs. and Mr. Sandra Parker Dr. Melissa Peters Ms. Rebecca N. Posey Mrs. Grace E. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Sims Rhyne III Ms. Leah M. Sherman Mrs. Darlene Slamen Mrs. Louise Slingluff Ms. May H. Smith Mrs. Patricia Smith Dr. Paul Spence Ms. Cynnie Shook Sproull Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Stichweh Mrs. Margaret Summersell Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Tapley Ms. Carolyn Titone Lane Tucker Ms. Louise Vance Sidney Q. Weatherly Ms. Trina White Ms. Julie Whiting Dr. Mary L. Whitley Mrs. Delores L. Wilkinson Mrs. Barbara J. Wilson Ms Gail Wood Mrs. Janis T. Zeanah Ms. Dorothy Ziff

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Mr. Taylor Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Matt Elliott Mrs. Catherine Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Eric Martin Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Spain Ms. Emily Yancey Ms. Sahra S. Coxe Dr. Carol Edwards Ms. Alice Johnston Mr. Marty Joseph Mr. Elliot J. Lowe Ms. Gladys Morris


Ms. Mary Elizabeth Bush Ms. Olean Kenny


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