Native plants can turn a landscape into a living ecosystem. Photo by Joanne Mason
You’re invited to join the Florida Wildflower Foundation for its next webinar, “Native Plants for Florida Gardens,” at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, featuring Stacey Matrazzo, FWF program manager and co-author of Native Plants for Florida Gardens.
Florida is home to hundreds of native plants that make great additions to residential landscapes. The Florida Wildflower Foundation’s new book, Native Plants for Florida Gardens, takes the guesswork out of using native plants in urban and naturalistic settings. The book features at-a-glance keys that make it easy to determine bloom color, blooming seasons and light and moisture requirements, as well as easy-to-read text that provides details for success, including how to plant, how to care for, and what to expect from 100 species of native wildflowers, vines, grasses, shrubs and trees.
In her presentation, Stacey will highlight a selection of species and discuss how to use them to transform your landscape into a living ecosystem with “real Florida” style.
Click to register now. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar.