Asa Gray’s central role in establishing Harvard as the botanical center of North America can be appreciated through the impressive landscape, history, and flora of the Mount Auburn Cemetery. Join Donald Pfister, Asa Gray Professor of Botany and Director of the Harvard Herbaria, for a Saturday, October 9 tour of Mount Auburn Cemetery, site of Grayâ€™s grave and the Asa Gray Garden, and other sites of interest, including the monument to the lost members of the United States Exploring Expedition, Louis Agassiz’s grave, and numerous horticultural gems. Space is limited for this Harvard Museum of Natural History member tour. Pre-registration required. RSVP to email@example.com, or call 617.496.6972 to learn more about membership in the museum.Â The tour begins at 9 am, and there is a raindate of Sunday, October 10.Â Part of the Asa Gray Bicentennial series. Photo below by KarenMarleneLarsen.