Renee Stambaugh reported to Historic City News that she was excited to share information with our readers that she learned during her recent trip to the annual conference of the Florida Native Plant Society.
Stambaugh listed a number of events planned for your education and enjoyment.
DINNER AND SPEAKER
Friday, June 10
www.fnps.org, Ixia Chapter
NATIVE LANDSCAPE TOUR
Saturday, June 11
www.fnps.org, Pawpaw Chapter
NATIVE PLANT CLASS
Thursday, June 16, 2-4 PM
SJC Windstorm Training Center, 3111 Agricultural Drive, St. Augustine
Because native plants are becoming mainstream, experts in the area are teaming-up to provided information regarding sustainable gardening and landscaping. Instructors include Beverly Fleming, Florida Master Naturalist Instructor; Gail Compton, Columnist and Naturalist; Keith Fuller, SJC Horticulture Agent; and myself. Topics are relevant to the day. Free and open to the public. Landscapers, nurserymen and those in public office are encouraged to attend. Bonus: Feel free to stay afterwards for the Energy Efficiency Education Series featuring Low Impact Development (LID).
GREEN WAVE NURSERY RENOVATION SALE
Friday & Saturday, June 17 & 18, 10am-2pm
4775 County Road 305, Elkton (just 2 miles off SR207)
Open to the public. Don’t miss this opportunity. Landscapers’ delight. Cash & Checks only, no credit cards.
For more information contact Rex at 904-692-2016 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY
Tuesday, June 21, 7:00
St. Augustine Beach City Hall
For program information and more visit www.fnps.org, Sea Oats Chapter
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