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Seedlings for Schools garden

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Students plant a Seedlings for Schools garden at Celebration Elementary School.

The Florida Wildflower Foundation has awarded 2018 Seedlings for Schools grants to 33 schools in 18 counties across the state. Each grant includes wildflower plants, expert guidance from the Foundation, and curriculum resources, including the Foundation's Wild About Wildflowers! Activity Guide. Teachers will receive plants in the fall and will be eligible to receive more plants in spring 2019 if their fall gardens are successful.

This year’s recipients include public and private elementary, middle and high schools; magnet and charter schools; and special educational centers that assist schools. The wildflowers will be planted as part of existing teaching gardens, in courtyards, at school entrances and outside classrooms. Some of the new wildflower gardens will help attract pollinators to nearby school vegetable gardens, while others will be dedicated butterfly gardens where students can observe insect interactions and learn about Florida's native wildflowers.

In order to qualify, each school submitted a picture showing a site on school property suitable for wildflowers. Many teachers listed local garden clubs and Florida Native Plant Society and Master Gardeners chapters as part of their teams, which will assist with caring for the gardens.

In their grant applications, teachers overwhelmingly expressed the need to educate children outside with hands-on nature curriculum. A number added that the gardens would build students’ sense of responsibility and teach them to work together harmoniously. One teacher from Boca Raton stated, “This is an opportunity for students to enjoy fresh air and get to know their classmates and teachers in an intimate setting.”

Teachers plan to use the gardens in life sciences, math and language arts lessons as they study life cycles, food chains, ecosystems, plant adaptation and diversity.

2018 Seedlings for Schools Grant Winners

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Christa McAullife Middle Boynton Beach Brevard
Silver Ridge Elementary Davie Broward
Sheridan Hills Elementary Hollywood Broward
Altha Public School Altha Calhoun
Murdock Middle Port Charlotte Charlotte
James Anderson Elementary Cross City Dixie
Springs Coast Env Ed Center Weekiwachee Hernando
Woodrow Wilson Middle School Tampa Hillsborough
Foster Elementary Tampa Hillsborough
Learning Gate Community School Lutz Hillsborough
Greco Middle Tampa Hillsborough
Lomax Elementary Tampa Hillsborough
Vero Beach Elementary Indian River Indian River
Visible Men Academy Bradenton Manatee
Harbour View Elementary Summerfield Marion
Clay Springs Elementary Apopka Orange
Creation Kids Village Celebration Osceola
Atlantic Community High School Delray Beach Palm Beach
Palm Beach School for Autism Lake Worth Palm Beach
Hidden Oaks K-8 STEAM Lake Worth Palm Beach
Forest Hill Elementary West Palm Beach Palm Beach
KEC/Canal Point Elementary Canal Point Palm Beach
Palm Beach Central High School Wellington Palm Beach
Clifford O Taylor/Kirklane Elementary Palm Springs Palm Beach
Coral Sunset Elementary Boca Raton Palm Beach
Ben Gamia Charter School Boynton Beach Palm Beach
Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School Sanford Seminole
The Lyman School Winter Park Seminole
Pine Jog Elementary West Palm Beach St Lucie
St Lucie Christian School Ft Pierce St Lucie
Sea Park Elementary Satellite Beach Brevard
Gove Elementary Belle Glade Palm Beach
Lindsey Hopkins Miami Dade

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Seedlings for Schools grants

The Seedlings for Schools program is supported by proceeds from the State Wildflower tag. Get yours today - it's just a phone call away!

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Annual Meeting to be held at Bok Tower Gardens

Florida Wildflower Foundation members are invite to join us Saturday, Sept. 29 at Bok Tower Gardens, Lake Wales, for our annual membership meeting. Learn about wildflowers of the Lake Wales Ridge, get a tour of the gardens’ amazing restoration area, and dine among the blooms and butterflies. Admission to the gardens is complimentary, more details coming soon.

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.

March 9 Brevard County Wildflower Meeting

If you love Brevard’s wildflowers, plan to join us at 10 a.m. Friday, March 9, for an informative session on preserving native vegetation on county roadsides.

Feb. 25 Field trip to Tiger Creek Preserve

Join us on Feb. 25 as we explore some of Tiger Creek Preserve’s 5,000 acres. The 2.5-mile hike will traverse the preserve’s hilly terrain through flatwoods, creek bluffs and sandhill. A footbridge and boardwalk will take us across Tiger Creek, and we’ll cross a sandhill ridge with expansive views through the longleaf pines.

Apr. 28 North Florida Wildflower Festival

The North Florida Wildflower Festival will take place on Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Magnolia Square in downtown Blountstown.

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Know your native pollinators: Chimney bees

Chimney bees like the Mustached mud and Hibiscus bees are solitary ground nesters that have serious architectural talent!