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Recurring Event A History of Houseplants

A History of Houseplants

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Exhibition explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians’ obsession with houseplants and examines how today’s houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.

FREE
Recurring Event A History of Houseplants

A History of Houseplants

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Exhibition explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians’ obsession with houseplants and examines how today’s houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.

FREE
Recurring Event A History of Houseplants

A History of Houseplants

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Exhibition explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians’ obsession with houseplants and examines how today’s houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.

FREE
Recurring Event A History of Houseplants

A History of Houseplants

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Exhibition explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians’ obsession with houseplants and examines how today’s houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.

FREE

Tai Chi in the Garden

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Practitioners of all levels are invited to start their day with tai chi in Evergreen's Upper Garden.

FREE
Recurring Event A History of Houseplants

A History of Houseplants

Evergreen Museum & Library 4545 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Exhibition explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians’ obsession with houseplants and examines how today’s houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.

FREE