This course has been cancelled.
Roses: A Natural History of the Queen of Flowers
Please Note: This lecture takes place in the library at our Merion campus.
Thursday, May 16, 2013, 2:00 - 3:30 PM, Merion Campus
$20; members $18. Members Login Here first to receive your discount
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At various times throughout history representing lust, virginity, and the spilled blood of innocents, the rose has been a powerful symbol in Western Culture for 2000 years. Writer and Rosarian Nicole Juday will trace the path of this beloved plant and its role in our society as it crisscrossed the world, changing shape and form during its travels. After the lecture, attendees will visit the rose garden of Laura Barnes for refreshments.
Roses: A Natural History
Price: $ 20.00