Events September 23, 2018 Two Great Events! Once in a Lifetime Opportunity!Mizzou Botanic GardenWalkabout and Plant Talkwith featured guests* 10 a.m. • $50 • Limit 50 • Preregistration required Registered participants will meet at Jesse Hall Rotunda. Meet the Authors!Garden Symposium Featured guests and others will discuss their work and answer audience questions. 2 p.m. • MU’s Tate Hall Auditorium - Room 22 • Free and open to the public Books will be available for purchase and signing.Ice Cream Social Immediately following the Garden SymposiumFor more information or to register for the Walkabout, please call 573-882-6896. * FEATURED GUESTS: Allan Armitage has been honored for his horticultural achievements throughout the country. A world-renowned University of of Georgia professor emeritus, writer, speaker and researcher, he has written 16 books and many articles. Michael Dirr is recognized as one of the most influential horticulturists in the U.S. A University of Georgia professor emeritus, writer, speaker, researcher and woody plant expert, he has introduced more than 50 plant species and written 12 books and many articles. Natalia Hamill is the Brand and Business Development Manager for Bailey Nurseries. An MU alumna, she has done graduate work at the University of Georgia, and has worked in publishing and advertising, owned her own garden center and is a published garden author. Vince Dooley is a retired University of Georgia coaching legend turned landscape gardener. Over the course of 20 years, he has transformed his Athens, Ga., property into a botanical garden and written a popular book about the journey. We hope you plan to visit the Mizzou Botanic Garden in person soon. These planning resources will make finding your way to campus easier. To schedule a guided tour call either 573-884-6307 or 573-882-1830. For more detailed visitor information, please visit the MU Visitor Relations Web site. Driving directions Parking information If you have any questions that aren't answered regarding visiting campus, try the University's Visitor Relations site.