The Biology Department has two greenhouse facilities. The Teaching Greenhouse is located on the 4th floor of the Sullivan Science Building and is used for the housing and care of plants required for the multiple plant courses taught here at UNCG.
The Research Greenhouse is located on Northridge Avenue off of Spring Garden St. and is used by multiple researchers to conduct experiments on various plant species along with the department’s beehives.
For access to department calendars including conference rooms, microscopes, autoclaves, and greenhouses, e-mail email@example.com
The teaching greenhouse has three different temperature zones represented by:
The Teaching Greenhouse is on the 4th floor of the Sullivan Science Building. These are a few images of the many plants we have in our greenhouse facility.
The Research Greenhouse is located off of Spring Garden Street in Greensboro, NC. These are a few images of the many from the research greenhouse facility. The department’s beekeeping facility is also located on this property.
For inquires about the Teaching Greenhouse, or the Research Greenhouse, please contact April Harris: firstname.lastname@example.org