Plant Native Day

13th Annual Plant Native Day, March 14, Cedar Point Environmental Park, 9:30 a.m. The theme for this year’s event is “How to Create a Rain Garden”. It’s a free educational program open to the public, speakers will describe the what, why, where and how of creating a rain garden and highlight selected native plants that can be used in a moist environment. Educational and informative handouts will be provided, including a list of suggested native plants for rain gardens, a brochure about Rain Gardens and Bioswales, as well as planting tips as a guide to “right plant fro the right place”. Native nursery plants will be sold between sessions, as well as member-grown plants offered for a small donation. This program is made possible in part by a micro-grant from Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program and helps fulfil the CHNEP plan to protect the natural environment from Venice to Bonita Springs to Winter Haven. For more information

At: Cedar Point Environmental Park

2300 Placida Rd.
ENGLEWOOD Florida, 34223

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