native plants

704, 2018

Native Plant Sale

By |April 7th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Join Ruffner and Turkey Creek Nature Preserve on Saturday, April 7, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, for our annual spring Native Plant Sale!

FEATURING: Over 40 species of native plants and all-day eco-programming.

Stay tuned for a complete list of plants, shrubs, and grasses.

Plant Natives.
Grow Diversity.

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This event is not hosted by ASAN. As one […]

2903, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #5

By |March 29th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]

1502, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #2

By |February 15th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]

802, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #1

By |February 8th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]

802, 2018

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802, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #3

By |February 8th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]

2610, 2017

Native Plant Conference

By |October 26th, 2017||Comments Off on Native Plant Conference

2017 Native Plant Conference – Celebrating the Astounding Biodiversity of the Southeast

 

Featuring: Pre-conference workshops (October 26), sales of books authored by presenters, plant sales, student poster session, field trips and a special evening dinner with entertainment.  Full schedule available at https://bbgardens.org/central-south-schedule.php.

 

Conference Honoree – Bill Finch

Registration ranges from $135-$185 and includes lunch on Friday and Saturday.  Field trips on […]

2409, 2017

Native Plants Workshop

By |September 24th, 2017||0 Comments

Hosted by Petals from the Past:

Some say we have reduced the natural areas in the United States by 85%-95% to build our cities, roads, agriculture and industry. It’s no surprise then that birds, bees, butterflies and other wildlife that depend on native natural habitat for food and shelter are declining at an alarming rate. The […]

1109, 2016

Natives for Fall and Winter Interest

By |September 11th, 2016||Comments Off on Natives for Fall and Winter Interest

Join Petals from the Past as they host Natives for Fall and Winter Interest, led by Sue Webb on Sun. Sept. 11th at 2pm.
Join Sue as she talks about some of the best native plants for fall and winter beauty and interest. Some of them have fall color that rivals any of our large trees; […]

503, 2016

All About Native Medicinals Workshop

By |March 5th, 2016||Comments Off on All About Native Medicinals Workshop

Hosted by Petals from the Past:
Fee: $30 Advanced registration and payment required
Led by Cameron Strouss, clinical herbalist.  Come learn about the many ways native plants can be used to help stop bleeding, bee stings, aches and other boo boos!

Cameron Strouss has been studying herbal medicine for nearly 6 years.  She has over 300 hours of teaching […]