Dick Bir has a twinkle in his eye and stories to tell. He knows every nursery grower in Western North Carolina and just about everybody else who’s seriously involved with plants, whether as a professional or a hobbyist. Bir loves WNC’s people and plants equally, which is likely why he was so good at his job.
This year’s Cullowhee Native Plant Conference happens Wednesday through Saturday, July 27-30 at Western Carolina University. Keynote speaker Allan Armitage (pictured) is a UGA horticulture professor and proponent of regionally appropriate gardening. Photo courtesy of Timber Press.
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