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Florida Wildflower Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities

Every day, the pressure to produce food for our growing population increases. Yet, while more people depend on crop pollinators, the wildflowers that sustain them are vanishing. JOIN US IN MAKING A DIFFERENCE Since 2001, the Florida Wildflower Foundation has nurtured the awareness, understanding and enjoyment of Florida’s native wildflowers through conservation, restoration and stewardship.…

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Backyard Biodiversity Day

Oct. 20 Backyard Biodiversity Day

Join us at Mead Botanical Garden on October 20 for a free, family-friendly event featuring a native plant sale, guided hikes, workshops, live music, food trucks and kids’ activities. All proceeds benefit Mead Garden’s ecological restoration projects.

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Dune sunflower (Helianthus debilis) blooming at Bok Tower Gardens by Lisa Roberts

20 Easy Wildflowers Walk & Talk at Bok Tower Gardens

Learn how to succeed with larger scale native wildflower plantings. This event combines a guided instructional walk through Florida native plantings at Bok Tower Gardens with a classroom course reviewing the species used as well as planning and installation processes. Renowned upland restoration expert and native plant horticulturist Nancy Bissett of The Natives will lead the walk and provide the classroom instruction.

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Annual Meeting at Bok Tower Gardens

Florida Wildflower Foundation members are invited to join us Saturday, Sept. 29 at Bok Tower Gardens, Lake Wales, for our annual membership meeting. Learn about the inspiration behind the gardens’ iconic tower and garden design, get a tour of the gardens’ amazing restoration area, and dine amidst the beauty of the gardens.

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2018 symposium

Join us Friday and Saturday at the Florida Wildflower Symposium

Want to learn about Florida’s native wildflowers and the butterflies, bees and wildlife depending on them? Join us at the Florida Wildflower Symposium on April 27 and 28 in Orlando to learn from expert speakers and workshop leaders. Visit the symposium page to learn more. Online registration is closed, but you can register onsite Friday and Saturday. Cost is $45 for Florida Wildflower Foundation members and $60 for nonmembers.

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