Paradise in the Polar Vortex (1-30-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 30 January 2014 09:41
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Horticulturalist Frank Schemenauer is seen in the teaching collection section of the BGSU Department of Biology Greenhouse, which houses specimen for classes and tours. The entire greenhouse holds 45 families of plants with multiple specimen from those families represented. During the winter months, temperatures in the greenhosue fluctuate between 65-85 degrees to produce suitable environments for the plan specimen. The greenhouse has temperature alarms installed which alert personnel in the event temperatures drop below 55-60 degrees. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS




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A mammillaria cactus, commonly known as the red-headed Irishman.
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A plant from the Haworthia genus.
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Angel wing begonia's are seen in the BGSU Department of Biology Greenhouse.
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Orchid.
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Water Droplets collect on a Maiden hair fern.
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A spider is seen on a pitcher plant.
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North American pitcher plants sit dormant near a window where ice has collected inside the BGSU Department of Biology Greenhouse.
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Horticulturalist Frank Schemenauer steps into the teaching collection section of the BGSU Department of Biology Greenhouse
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An arrangement of cacti are seen
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Horticulturalist Frank Schemenauer is seen working in the experiment area of the BGSU Department of Biology Greenhouse.
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